2015 Graduating Class
Presented at Ceremony on May 8, 2015


Al-Fatlawy, Ahmed - Dearborn
Arndt, Jordan – Canton
Baker, Matthew -Wayne
Beever, Jesse – Garden City
Berinde, Felix - Dearborn
Boski, Andrew -Dearborn
Charlick, Bradley - Milford
Cox, John Jr. - Canton
Crowell, Ryan - Southfield
Foust, Jamie -Livonia
Graf, Paul – Dearborn Heights
Hogan, Michael - Livonia
Khouri, Roni -  Dearborn Heights 
Kirn, Robert - Lvionia
Lewis, Craig – Westland
Matusicky, Jeffrey - Westland 
McKinnie, Jonathan - Wyandotte 
Means, James - Novi
Miller, Stephen - Livonia
Parker, Matthew - Westland
Parran, Arthur III - LaSalle
Rissman, Brian - Canton
Saunders, Christopher – Taylor
Sharp, Michael  – Livonia
Shillingburg, Billy Joe Jr. - Westland
Snavely, Andrew – White Lake
Szalai, Ryan – Allen Park
Templeton, Sean – Garden City
Thornsberry, Robert - Livonia
Traskos, Richard - Livonia
VanVlerah, Lucas - Canton
Wasiukanis, Kevin - Wyandotte


Belleville P.D.
Trombly, Tim – New Boston

Brighton P.D.
Pace, Kristi - Brighton

Livonia P.D.
Nash, Graham – Farmington Hills
Schramm, Andrew - Livonia
Williams, Brooke - Livonia
Williams, Colin - Howell

Southfield P.D.
Baker, Lauren - Westland
Foskey, Thomas – Harper Woods
Woodside, Jordan – South Lyon

Wayne County Sheriff

Allenbaugh, Ronald
Amerson, Melvin
Aycox Jr., Curtis
Baker, Kimberly
Cannady, Deon
Dickey, Larry
Fleming, Kenneth
Foreman, Britton
Hadden, Marlena
Hammoud, Hisham
Harding, Nicholas II.
Jordan, Frederick Jr.
Kindrow, Tynisha
Lynch, Demetrius
Masai, Aziz
Meeks, Keith
Milhouse, LaQuawn
O’Neal, Frances
Owens, Monique
Rider, Donnell
Taylor, Paris
Watts, Donald II.
Weaver, Blake
Wioskowski, Christopher 


Criminal Justice with Academy

In this program, the criminal justice courses are restricted to students who are officially admitted to this program.The criminal justice system is a highly specialized field. Law enforcement officers are employed by 40,000 local police agencies nationwide as well as county sheriffs’ departments. 

Law enforcement officers must be prepared to interact with the public in a position of responsibility and authority. Knowledge of the criminal justice system, including criminal law, police field operations, criminal investigation, and human relations enhances the professionalism of the criminal justice system.

Candidates for employment as law enforcement officers must be certified by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES). After completing the Police Academy (CJ 287), students may become certifiable by passing the MCOLES Certification Exam. Certification is valid for one year. Pre-service students, who are not employed by a law enforcement agency, must complete 41 credit hours of course work for the associate degree before taking CJ 287.

All courses are not offered each semester. Students should work with an academic advisor or counselor to develop a schedule that will work for them. Students who satisfactorily complete all college and program requirements qualify for an associate in applied science degree. Becoming a law enforcement officer requires candidates to meet certain psychological and physical requirements. 

Please review “Employment Standards for Michigan Law Enforcement Officers” available at prior to beginning this area of study

Credential Options

Credential Options Table Key

  • Criminal Justice

Courses Offered

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