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Department Introduction

School of Emergency Services

School of Emergency Services

At the School of Emergency Services, we train our community's law enforcement, corrections, fire and EMS professionals. From initial training to in-service and specialized training, the School of Emergency Services provides the best in public safety training.

In addition to initial certification training programs in police, corrections, fire and EMS, the School of Emergency Services offers Advanced Training and College Degree programs to enhance your career. Our degree programs are available online to help you schedule classes when you need them.

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Police Basic Recruit Training Corrections Basic Recruit Training Fire Science EMS TrainingPolice and Corrections Application Police and Corrections In-Service Training Degree Programs

Looking For a Career in Public Safety?

The School of Emergency Services is where you need to start. Whether its Law Enforcement, Corrections, Fire or EMS, your future starts here. We have many classes starting throughout the year, and you do not need to be hired by a public safety agency to enter our courses.

Located at the Advanced Technology College, the School of Emergency Services is the key to your career in public safety. Click on the menu on the left to choose your area of interest.

Daytona State is the leading  public safety training provider in our region.

Email or Call Today

Police or Corrections Academy 
Patty Lane
Phone: 386-506-4202

Inservice or Advanced and Specialized Training
Jodie Swanson
Phone: 386-506-4204

Fire Science 
Teresa Campbell
Phone: 386-506-4203

Criminal Justice Degree Programs
Kevin Duffy
Phone: 386-506-4148

EMS Programs
Beth Rafferty
Phone: 386-506-4122 / Fax: 386-506-4192

The Institute for EMS Education (Continuing Workforce Education) office and courses (e.g. Basic Life Support/CPR; Advanced Cardiac Life Support; Pediatric Advanced Life Support) are located on the Daytona Beach Campus in the basement of Bldg. 320, Room 008.

Gainful Employment Information

The U.S. Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that “prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation. The information provided here describes the graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information regarding gainful employment for the latest completed academic year (as of July 1).