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Law and Public Safety (LPS)

  • Law and Public Safety professionals ensure the safety and security of individuals and property. Students learn the intricacies of governmental law and the methods used by public safety personnel to respond to emergencies, conduct investigations, enforce laws and regulations, and protect the general public.


Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

  • Students are trained and prepared to sit for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians exam. The EMT is prepared to care for patients in the pre-hospital emergency environment.


Military Preparedness

  • Members of the U.S. military service maintain the U.S. national defense. Students learn the core concepts of governmental defense, the fundamental responsibilities of occupations specific to the military, and the logistics of crossover occupations that exist in both the civilian workplace and U.S. military service.




    LPS Track

  • Law & Public Safety Certified Technical Skills

  • Certified Crime Scene Management

  • Certified Crime Scene Technician

  • Certified Corrections Officer, Protection Officer, or Security Guard

  • Psychological First Aid (PFA)


    EMT Track

  • Basic Life Support CPR

  • National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians


     Military Preparedness Track

  • Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, or National Guard enlistment preparedness

  • Enter branches of the military at a higher rank (Automatic promotion to E3)


College Credit


  • Students can earn college credit at no charge through the Maricopa Community Colleges by receiving their EMS license and CPR certification.

  • Students can earn college credit through dual enrollment with the Maricopa Community Colleges for Law and Public Safety.




  • Police Officer

  • Paramedic

  • Lawyer

  • Military

Program Coordinator

John Rowan, a seasoned first responder with over 20 years of experience, holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration. Mr. Rowan previously served as Deputy Chief of the New York City Police Department, where he was integral to the state’s 9/11 response. Mr. Rowan has educated police chiefs across the globe, bringing a wealth of expertise in Criminal Justice and Police Management to the First Responder Academy at ALA Applied Technologies.