Basic Law Enforcement Training

It’s not just training — it’s your first step to a professional and rewarding career. Wayne Community College’s Basic Law Enforcement Training is a state accredited program that offers professional training to individuals preparing them for a career in a variety of law enforcement professions. It is designed to prepare the individual with the physical and cognitive skills needed to function as an inexperienced law enforcement officer at an entry-level position.

The North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission mandates the overall program through the Community College System. The BLET 2000 has been extensively revised to enhance professionalism through Ethics for Law Enforcement Officers training which is woven throughout the training experience. Practical exercises have been enhanced incorporating more hands-on skills training throughout the program.

Fall 2022 Class Information

We are currently accepting applications for the next BLET class this fall.

  • August 16, 2022 through December 6, 2022
    Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-6 p.m., some varying times
  • Application packets can be picked up in the Pine Building, room 103, or mailed to you by request.
  • Packets must be turned in no later than July 25, 2022.

Admissions Requirements

Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates Available

Related Certifications

Program Requirements


Program Costs

Related Programs


Request More Information

  • Should be Empty: