St. Petersburg College’s Public Policy and Administration department hosted Pinellas County’s new Administrator at their Leadership speaker Series luncheon.
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SPC’s Undercover Surveillance Operations class got some real-world experience in their recent surveillance training when they spotted some real crooks.
SPC’s Public Safety and Fire Training Center recently hosted three Army National Guard units from Ft. Carson in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
SPC’s Center for Public Safety Innovation (CPSI), a part of the college’s Public Safety community, hosted 15 high-ranking law enforcement officials from Mexico at SPC’s Allstate Center.
Members from the Law Enforcement and Corrections Academies attended the annual “Christmas in July” charity benefit last Saturday, generating toy donations for the young patients of All Children’s Hospital. Leading the group is our honorary Law Enforcement graduate Eric Piburn spreading his message of “kindness” to all. Our focus is to embed these recruits into … Continue reading SPC Police and Corrections Academy Recruits join in for this year’s “Christmas In July” event at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital
Choose Public Safety as YOUR Career! Did you know that obtaining a degree through our College of Public Safety can provide you with a number of career opportunities such as: Law Enforcement Officer Corrections Officer Probation Officer Crime Scene Investigation(CSI) Cyber Security and Investigation Private Investigations Child Protection Investigator Non-sworn Investigator Juvenile Detention Officer School … Continue reading College of Public Safety – Fall 2019 Courses and Program Updates
St. Petersburg College’s Center for Public Safety Innovation, part of the College of Public Safety, hosted a free trauma seminar for students and staff.
SPC Alumnus spoke at the 15th Public Policy Leadership Speaker Series on 4/10. A panel of alumni spoke on how their education changed their lives.
On Wednesday, Feb. 27, a panel of representatives from six different non-profit organizations gathered at the St. Petersburg College Clearwater Campus to talk about about how they began doing community service with the charitable entities with which they are associated. Zelda O’Connell of the Florida Dream Center, Patricia Deplasco of Keep Pinellas Beautiful, and Chuck … Continue reading Doing Well by Doing Good