Law Enforcement Training
The Law Enforcement Training program at VGCC is designed to provide Sworn Law Enforcement Officers, Detention Officers, Telecommunicators and Corrections Officers with the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills based on new and existing technology. Programs are open to all Law Enforcement Agencies in the area. A broad range of Mandated and Specialty classes, based on both agency needs and new training standards, are offered during the year on the college campus and at various agency locations.
Students who arrive late or leave early will not receive full credit for the training course.100% attendance is required in all training courses. Attendees must bring any issued equipment needed for the course on the day it is to be utilized.
The cost for in-service training courses is FREE for certified officers affiliated with a public North Carolina Agency, otherwise you will be required to pay the designated registration fee.
Enrollment in these courses is restricted to Law Enforcement Officers and Criminal Justice Professionals.
The dress code is business casual unless course participation requires other specific attire. T-shirts and shorts are not allowed. If you wear your service weapon to training at VGCC you must display your badge also
A course may be canceled if fewer than 10 students are enrolled. Every effort will be made to provide sufficient notice to the student should the need to cancel a course arise.
Schedule a CASAS Test by completing the CASAS Testing Request link.CASAS Testing Request Form
Public Safety Building
Building 10, Room 10104
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3-28-22 at 9:30 am
3-31-22 at 9:30 am
4-13-22 at 9:30 am
4-22-22 at 9:30 am
Read more about our Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) Curriculum Program
Coordinator/Instructor for Corrections/Law Enforcement Training
BLET/Law Enforcement Training Administrative Assistant
Basic Patrol Rifle
When: May 18th & 19th, 2022; 8pm – 5 pm
Where: 1770 Seven Paths Rd., Louisburg, NC 27549
Instructor: Chief Whitely
- Ear & Eye Protection
- Baseball/brimmed hat
- Weather appropriate clothing (rain or sum)
- Ballistic Vest
- Lunch, drinks and snacks
- Comfortable closed toe footwear
- Duty appropriate flashlight
- Handgun, belt and holster with magazine pouches
- Magazine – (2 rifle and 2 handguns)
- Sunscreen (Open range has little shelter)
- Ground cover (Yoga mat for prone shooting)
- Backup flashlight
- Riffle Bipod or shooting bags