The Court Security Executive Certification is a standalone certification. This certifies that you have completed advanced education or coursework in combination with years of experience and that you know how to complete a court and judicial security plan.
For the Court Security Executive Certification you must meet the following requirements.
- United States citizen at least 21 years of age or Citizen of a country in which the United States does not have sanctions
- No felony convictions
- No dishonorable discharge from the United States military (applicable to United States Veterans only)
- Neither a record of disciplinary action from any state, province or territory, or licensing or certification board within the past 10 years nor subject under any such investigation
- Current National Sheriffs’ Association membership
- Must be an executive from the head of the court security function and the combination of minimum documented years of experience and education/coursework must meet the following:
- Master’s degree
- Bachelor’s degree plus 2 years work experience
- Associate’s degree plus 4 years work experience
- No degree with 6 years work experience
- Complete a court and judicial security plan with your supervisor’s signature within 24 months of formal application.
- Supervisory experience based on level of education
- Education/coursework based on supervisory experience
- Court and Judicial Security Plan
There is an administrative cost of $895 to enroll in certificate program. If you do not complete the certification process in the allotted time or are not approved for the certification, no refund will be given.