North Carolina Law Enforcement Education

North Carolina’s law enforcement organizations place a premium on candidates with a college education. Candidates with an associate’s or bachelor’s degree related to forensic science, law or criminal justice are best qualified to join the ranks of the dedicated law enforcement professionals that protect and serve the citizens of North Carolina as state troopers, sheriff’s deputies and police officers. College graduates may receive special consideration during the hiring process, as well as higher starting salaries.

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