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Law Enforcement

Professional Development offers professional training for sworn law enforcement officers as well as a comprehensive 40-hour training course for current or prospective Community Service Officers.

Each course has been developed in partnership with the Lake County Chiefs’ of Police Association (LCCPA) Training Committee. Along with input from local law enforcement agencies and the CLC Criminal Justice Department, these high-quality training programs are approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board (ILETSB).

Our instructors bring a wide range of knowledge based on experience in law enforcement across a spectrum of disciplines – each instructor hailing from diverse police forces throughout the Chicago region.

Proper training not only enables officers to do their jobs more effectively, but enables them to continue keeping themselves and our communities safe.

These courses are for non-sworn personnel and are open to any student.

Course Descriptions and Schedule Information

All classes are not offered every semester.


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Sustaining Wellbeing: A Health Equity Lunch and Learn

Friday, October 26, 12-1:30 p.m.
Grayslake Campus, Room TBA
Cost: $19 | CLC Students: $10

What is health equity, and why is it something you need to be aware of? Health equity is one of the pillars of sustainability that strives to achieve optimal individual health for everyone. It’s a community movement, but it starts with one person. Become part of the community that makes a difference!

Bring your lunch and join us for this very important conversation.

Learn more and register for Sustaining Wellbeing


Presented by Arlene Ryndak, MPH, RN

Arlene is a public health and public health nursing advocate who is a registered nurse with a Masters in Public Health. She believes that the social conditions in which we live have a profound effect on our health, both as individuals and as a community. Arlene was most recently on staff with the Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center where she advocated for a strong public health system and chronic disease prevention through Live Well Lake County.