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CSI Summer Camp Information Summer 2014

Register NOW and make payment to reserve your spot.

CSI Camp is open to students age 14 to 18 yrs of age and will be instructed by leading forensic experts.

Students will discover how to secure and process a crime scene. Each day, students will learn skills used in today's crime fighting and learn what it takes to work in the fields of forensics and criminal justice.

This 4 day camp is designed to reinforce the importance of learning teamwork while building self-confidence through individual effort and education.

At the completion of the camp your student will recieve a CSI Camp certificate of completion.

For Questions or Comments regarding CSI Camp Call
Fred Eslao CSI Coordinator at 909.458.0039


Camp Schedule

CSI Camp will be available for Ontario and Corona Criminal Justice Campus at the following dates:

Ontario Campus: 3491 Concours St. Ontario CA 91764
July 14 thru 17

Corona Campus: 1305 Corona Pointe Court, Corona CA 92879
(July 7 thru 10 just 5 spots left!!!)
(Available Dates - July 14 thru 17, July 21 thru 24)


Camp Week Schedule

Monday 9am to 1pm
Intro to CSI (myths vs facts)
Latent Fingerprinting
Fingerprint Pattern Recognition

Tuesday 9am to 1pm
Shoe Impression Casting
Bullet Casing (search criteria)
Crime Scene Investigation Process

Wednesday 9am to 1pm
Blood Spatter Interpretation
Crime Scene Documentation and Preservation
Forensics Photography

Thursday 9am to 1pm
Process Mock Crime Scene
CSI Lab Processing
CSI Certificate Award Presentation.


REGISTER:

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR CAMP



PAYMENT OPTIONS:

Camp fee is:
$99 for High School Seniors or Grads.
$199 for Freshman, Sophmores and Juniors
Includes tuition and material fees.

To pay by check or cash
please mail payment to:

La Sierra University Criminal Justice Campus
3491 Concours St. Ontario CA 91764

MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:
Criminal Justice Institute


Please include the following information with your payment.

Student first and last name?
Age?
Phone?
Email?

Desired Camp Date and Location? Camp dates may vary by location.*

Ontario Campus: 3491 Concours St. Ontario CA 91764
July 14 thru 17

Corona Campus: 1305 Corona Pointe Court, Corona CA 92879
July 7 thru 10, July 14 thru 17, July 21 thru 24


Your Reservation will not be complete until we receive your payment.

For Questions or Comments regarding CSI Camp Call
Fred Eslao CSI Coordinator at 909.458.0039

Why study criminal justice?

The objective of the program is to prepare students to seek entry level positions in the criminal justice system (public & private sector) and/or for admission to graduate programs in law and other related fields. Additionally, the program provides students an intensive, innovative, and comprehensive curriculum in an environment that promotes a continuous culture of pride, respect and community service.

We offer the following:

Bachelor of Science

The first duty of society is justice.

Alexander Hamilton

Criminal Justice Undergraduate Program

Criminal Justice Bachelor of Science

The Criminal Justice Program provides students with an understanding of the criminal justice system through scientific theories, field studies, research methods and the sociological study of crime, criminal behavior, as well as the policies and systems designed to control criminality. It offers students from various social, racial, ethnic and economic backgrounds a strong base for academic excellence, spiritual growth and successful career development.

Fast Facts Criminal Justice Program

Average completion time4 Years
Program Units72
AccreditationWASC

Students who graduate from the program will:

  1. Know and understand the basic foundation of the major components of the criminal justice system.
  2. Identify issues and apply theories / principles of substantive and procedural criminal law that regulate the criminal justice system.
  3. Use critical thinking skills to assess and explain theories, policies, practices and processes of the criminal justice system.
  4. Identify the major historical and contemporary issues, policies, programs, and events using the lenses of race, ethnicity, culture, gender and religion.
  5. Demonstrate research skills necessary in the criminal justice system, including information literacy in searching, analyzing, synthesizing, and reporting data relevant to the field of criminal justice.
  6. Demonstrate effective oral and written skills as they apply to the basic knowledge of information technology related to the criminal justice field.
  7. Exhibit knowledge of ethical principles and attitudes of professional responsibility in the field of criminal justice.

Paying for College

The Student Financial Services office is here to help with financial aid processes. The staff also keeps up to date on scholarships that could benefit La Sierra students.

Choosing Classes

First-year students meet with their academic coach/advisor each week for their first two quarters. Then they are assigned an advisor from their major department who will help them choose the classes they need to complete their program.

Beyond Class

A lot of learning takes place outside of the classroom. The Division of Student Life is headquarters for student government, activities, organizations, spiritual life, and much more to enhance your college experience.

Career Center

We want you to find a good job after you finish your degree at La Sierra. A new Career Center, located in the Zapara School of Business, is expected to open before the end of fall quarter.

University Studies

All undergraduate students at La Sierra University participate in a comprehensive general education curriculum called University Studies, which is rooted in the concept of liberal education as a formative and transformative process. University Studies offers an integrated curriculum that:

  • stimulates the meaning-centered development of its students.
  • familiarizes students with the various academic disciplines.
  • exposes students to intercultural, international and inter-ethnic concerns.
  • encourages students to recognize the importance of developing a personal value system to distinguish between right and wrong.