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San Diego Miramar College
LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY: Public Service
     
San Diego Miramar College logo
Project Summary
The San Diego Community College District site partnership is focused on developing and implementing innovative strategies to enhance academic performance and transition of students interested in pursuing careers in Public Safety from LEADS (Lead, Achieve, Explore, Discover, and Serve) High School, San Diego Educational Complex to San Diego Miramar College.

LEADS High School, housed within San Diego Educational Complex, is a new, re-designed small school that will prepare ethnically and culturally diverse high school students for careers in law enforcement. The rigorous curriculum will center on teaching academic foundation skills in Math, Science, and English through contextual learning activities related to law, public safety and security. Curriculum for the technical courses has been aligned with programs in Administration of Justice and Legal Assisting at Miramar College.

The college is taking a leadership role in providing early college experiences for students and curriculum development support to ensure that the LEADS students are better prepared for college transition. College activities have been infused throughout the high school experience and include opportunities to earn dual credit through Tech Prep as well as providing work based learning enrichment activities. Highlights of the projects include: 1) an online college course that is offered to high school seniors 2) the redesign of a fully transferable course to the California State University and the University of California educational systems that will be delivered in a three module format and 3) expansion of the program of study into two additional sectors of Public Safety, Emergency Medical Technology (EMT) and Fire Technology, through partnerships with 2 additional high schools.

 
Project Documents
Career Pathways - Law Enforcement
Career Pathways - Paralegal
Implementation Strategies
Lessons Learned
Improvement Plan
Case Studies
 
School Partners
LEADS High School – San Diego Educational Complex
 
Corporate Partners
San Diego Police Department
American Corporate Council Association
Association of Legal Administrators
 
Contact Information
Lynne Ornelas,
Project Coordinator
Associate Dean
Economic & Workforce Development
(619) 388-1149
lornelas@sdccd.net
 
Bill Grimes,
Manager
Institutional Research & Planning
San Diego Community College District
(858) 388-6941
bgrimes@sdccd.edu
 
Scott Giusti,
Principal
San Diego Unified School District
LEADS, San Diego Educational Complex
(619) 525-7455 x.2112
sgiusti@sandi.net
 
Henry Ingle,
Project CEO
Vice Chancellor, Instructional Services, Planning & Technology
San Diego Miramar College
(619) 388-6965
hingle@sdccd.edu