Two brand new state-of-the-art classrooms, complete with multiple training spaces, and a brand new office suite were on display on Thursday at the Cleveland State Community College Law Enforcement Training Academy in Cleveland. College employees and visitors to the campus toured the facility in an Open House hosted by the academy.
The academy, which just completed its 30th year of instruction, has trained and graduated more than 2,000 law enforcement professionals dating back to the fall of 1990.
The new facilities for the academy are now in the Technology Building complex on the CSCC main campus.
Cadets take more than 500 hours of instruction during the 12 weeks of the academy. The CSCC Law Enforcement Training Academy enrolls three new classes of cadets each year.