Law enforcement Program Pathway '..I love the idea of helping people and making the community a better place. I highly recommend this program to anyone interested in this career field.'

A career in Law Enforcement can offer excellent job security with unlimited professional growth opportunities. Graduates from this program have the option to select from many different employment areas with the possibility for advancement. Ready to get started on your Law Enforcement pathway?

Program categories in this pathway:

Associate Degrees:

LAW ENFORCEMENT - 496A

Associate of Applied Science Degree

Certificates:

BASIC PEACE OFFICER TRAINING ACADEMY

Certificate

Employment OUTLOOK:

At SSCC, we tailor our degrees and certificates to reflect growing trends in employment opportunities. To view current Job Postings related to the Law Enforcement pathway visit: OhioMeansJobs.com.

STUDENT RESOURCES

ADMISSION

At Southern State, YOU are more than just a number or face in the crowd. We care about your success and want you to reach your full potential. Achieving your goals is our #1 priority. Ready to get started?

Apply - Our FREE admission application can be accessed online at www.sscc.edu/admissions/apply.shtml

Have Questions? Connect with us today

Call us today at 800.628.7722 x2607

FINANCIAL AID

The staff of the Office of Financial Aid is happy to answer any questions you may have. We are all about helping you afford college as well as connecting you to the resources you need to do so!

Paying for college - Applying for financial aid has never been easier. Visit www.sscc.edu/financialaid/ and follow the necessary steps to see how much aid you are qualified to receive.

Have Questions? Connect with us today

Call us today at 800.628.7722 x2515

FACULTY and STAFF CONTACTS

Want to learn more about these programs?

Speak with one of the program's faculty members to see which area of study is right for you.

Law Enforcement Faculty
  • Robin Roche, Instructor Law Enforcement
  • 800.628.7722 x5957
  • rroche@sscc.edu

Law Enforcement

Program Director

Robin Roche's picture

Meet Robin

"It takes a courageous person to consider a lifetime role of protecting his or her fellow citizens. The law enforcement programs at Southern State will fully prepare that courageous student to enter a challenging yet rewarding career. Law enforcement personnel offer valuable contributions to making our communities safer places to live. But education doesn't end with a degree or certificate from Southern State; it's an ongoing journey. We encourage our graduates to enter their careers with enthusiasm, and always seek new education and training opportunities."

STUDENT TESTIMONIALS

Gavin Moore | Southern State Graduate

Gavin decided to attend Southern State Community College because the campus was close to his home. According to Gavin, the professors were really great. Gavin says, "They were a big reason I actually continued on with the program and finished my degree."

"I decided to pursue a career in Law Enforcement because I love the idea of helping people and making the community a better place for others. I would highly recommend this program to anyone interested in this career field. I never had a professor that I did not like, and the police academy instructors were some of the coolest people I have ever met.

"Southern State is a great place for people to start the path of their future careers!"

Gavin Moore | 2022 Southern State Graduate

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Southern State seeks to fill specific post-secondary educational needs for the residents of southern Ohio. The College cannot meet this commitment without guidance and constructive input from members of the community. To foster this vital involvement, the College has established advisory committees. Persons involved in business, public service, and industry volunteer their service and expertise for the purpose of guiding and updating educational programs offered by the College. The advisory committees help to ensure that general and technical education is of finest quality and is always attuned to community needs.

Law Enforcement Advisory Committee