About the Class

Students will have extensive exposure to the career opportunities within Law Enforcement. The class has numerous guest speakers, field trips and a lethal force decision making simulator. Students receive professional training in handcuffing, weaponless defense scenarios, first aid and CPR. Students accepted to this program must have personal integrity.  Students can also earn 10 college credits for this program through EvCC – College in the HS program, at a cost of approximately $220.

Subject matter can be very intense, dealing with the complexity of morals, ethics, civil liberties, civil rights, cultural diversities, case law and current events. Disqualifiers for law enforcement employment include: history of continual illegal drug use, felony or domestic violence convictions.

criminal justice students
criminal justice students

Meet the instructor

Myron has taught at Shoreline Community College and Everett Community College in conjunction with full time police work.  He is passionate about education. He joins Sno-Isle TECH  with more than 33 years of law enforcement experience. He is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and after being honorably discharged he began his law enforcement career with the Detroit Police Department in 1985.      

 Myron Travis worked various assignments was promoted to the rank of sergeant in 1999. He supervised street investigations and developed response initiatives to crime analysis data and crime trends. He retired in 2014. His awards include Officer of the year, a Life Saving Medal, two (2) Departmental Citations, and three (3) Departmental Commendations.   He joins us from the Mukilteo Police Department.

Myron Travis earned his Bachelor’s degree from University of Michigan-Dearborn with high distinction and has a minor in Sociology. He is a member of The Golden Key International Honor Society and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives-Washington Chapter (NOBLE).