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School of Police Staff and Command in Georgia

Northwestern's prestigious School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is coming to Kennesaw State University.

May 15 - June 16 & July 10 - August 11, 2017

The School of Police Staff and Command prepares mid-level supervisors for leadership in law enforcement and public safety. Hundreds of SPSC graduates currently serve as chiefs, sheriffs, and public safety directors in agencies around the country. A certificate from Northwestern opens doors. Practical and rigorous, SPSC will prepare you to face the real challenges of 21st Century policing.

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Prepare to Lead

The SPSC is a proven training-ground for law enforcement leaders. Learn the hard and soft skills required to run an agency. Experience a management curriculum specially designed for the needs of public safety leaders.

Build Your Network

Build a network that will last a lifetime. Unlike other college programs, the SPSC is exclusively for public safety professionals. Participants connect with peers and alumni from agencies across the U.S.

Apply What You Learn

During the SPSC, participants identify, analyze and design a solution to an issue facing their agency. Based on problem-based learning strategies, SPSC coursework is practical and immediately applicable.

Deputy Chief W. Todd Henry, Metro Nashville (TN) Police Department

“The School of Police Staff and Command takes good supervisors and turns them into exceptional managers and leaders—providing a lifelong benefit to the individual and immediate value to the organization.”

—Deputy Chief W. Todd Henry, Metro Nashville (TN) Police Department

Program Dates and Tuition for SPSC at Kennesaw State University

The School of Police Staff and Command is a 10-week course. It will be delivered at Kennesaw State University in two 5-week sessions, with a three-week break in between

Dates: May 15 - June 16 and July 10-August 11, 2017

Tuition: $4,100 per participant 

Meals and Lodging

Hotel accommodations will be available at a discounted rate (approximately $89/night) for those traveling from outside the Atlanta area. Additionally, a lunch meal plan will be made available to all participants at an approximate cost of $475.

Please note, this is a 10-week program broken into 2 5-week sessions with a 3-week break in between.