NOTICE: WE WILL NOT BE OFFERING A BASIC POST ACADEMY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CHECK BACK AT A LATER TIME FOR MORE INFORMATION.
"Our Training Center is focused on providing the Central Valley and Mother-Lode Region with professional, ethical, and competent Law Enforcement individuals. We are committed to excellence in leadership, professionalism in training, and dedication to public safety." -Developed by the Staff
The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office Regional Training Division operates out of the Ray Simon Regional Criminal Justice Training Center in partnership with personnel from the Modesto Police Department, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department, Manteca Police Department, and support from the Eight County Region (Stanislaus, Merced, Mariposa, Tuolumne, Calaveras, Alpine, Amador, San Joaquin). Our staff is dedicated towards continuing to build a quality training facility capable of serving not only our Eight County Region, but law enforcement throughout the State.
Public Safety is at a critical juncture throughout the State and Nation. The demands our communities have placed upon us for their protection require a collaborative approach to addressing our training needs. Agencies throughout the Region are proud to support this most important endeavor.
As we continue our path towards excellence, the Training Center staff would like to invite you to stop by the Center and see our facilities, meet our staff, and most importantly, have a chance to see how your public safety professionals are trained.
Feel free to contact the Sheriff's Regional Training Division with any questions on Public Safety Training, we can be reached at (209) 567-4408.
Academy News & Dates
ONLINE REGISTRATION Now Available
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Jan 14-17, 2015
Feb 3-6, 2015
March 1-4, 2015
April 26, 2015
May 20-23, 2015
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We will not be holding a Basic POST Academy until further notice.
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Training Center Receives Sod for Track
With the kind assistance from The Simon Family Criminal Justice Foundation, our physical fitness track area renovation was completed in June, 2008.
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