Jeffery Kronschnable, SPC’s Instructor-in-Charge for the Public Policy and Administration program, celebrates 50 years of public service this month.
Moss discussed policing in minority communities following the recent events of high-profile police involved incidents that have occurred in recent months.
St. Petersburg College’s Allstate Campus recently installed a Simulated Ambulance Rig to provide hands-on experience to our EMT and Paramedic students.
Corrections Recruit Class 102 graduated from Allstate Center at St. Petersburg College (SPC) on June 23, 2020.
The stories of Georgian Ann robinson and Valdez Demings illustrate some past and the present contributions of African American women in law enforcement.
Born into slavery, Bass Reeves eventually won his freedom and became the first Black U.S. Marshal west of the Mississippi River.
On Saturday, February 15, 2020, St. Peterburg College attended the 25th Annual Commissioner John Morroni First Responders Dinner at the Hilton Carillon Park Hotel. This year’s event was hosted by Commissioner Janet Long and Sheriff Bob Gualtieri. John Morroni served as a County Commissioner for Pinellas County for many years. During his time as a … Continue reading SPC Public Safety Program attends 25th Annual Pinellas County First Responders Dinner
Twelve courageous African American St. Petersburg police officers impacted countless other professional law enforcement officers across the country.
St. Petersburg College’s Public Policy and Administration department hosted Pinellas County’s new Administrator at their Leadership speaker Series luncheon.
Join us for our Paralegal Information Session and New Student Orientation and learn all about the programs SPC has to offer.