Wake Forest Police Agent Lee Godfrey recently completed the Criminal Investigation Certificate Program at the North Carolina Justice Academy.
The Criminal Investigation Certificate Program is designed to recognize candidates who have completed appropriate training in order to better prepare themselves for the rigors and challenges of Law Enforcement criminal investigations.
Program participants must be sworn members of a law enforcement agency and have at least two years of full-time criminal investigation experience. Each participant must complete 500 hours of training within five years of acceptance into the program with a focus on law enforcement criminal investigations.
Located in Edneyville and Salemburg, the NC Justice Academy develops and conducts training courses for local and state law enforcement professionals through the five centers of the Training Division: Tactical & Traffic; Investigations; Legal; Law Enforcement Leadership and Commission/In-service. The Justice Academy is a division of the North Carolina Department of Justice under the administration of Attorney General Roy Cooper.