A Criminal Justice Training Center brochure containing basic information and a request for application can be obtained by contacting our office or printing the
Request for Application
form. Upon payment of a nonrefundable $30 application fee, an application packet will be forwarded to the prospective cadet for completion and submission.
Per Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Commission regulations, any/all completed application forms, testing, evaluations, etc., are valid for only six months from the date of testing, evaluation, and application.
Applicants are scheduled for testing at IUP that includes a cardiac stress test, physical conditioning assessment, a psychological evaluation, reading comprehension test, and personal interview. Acceptance to the program is based on the outcome of these evaluations.
To process your payments and receive your application online, please visit the
Criminal Justice Training Center Marketplace and click on the Application Fee tab.
Once you have paid your $30 application fee, you can then print the
application packet. Please fill out the application packet and return it to us, so that we can set you up for a testing date at IUP. Your application will not be processed until the $30 is received. Thank you for your interest.
Once you have been assigned a testing date, you will need to visit the
Center for Applied Psychology Marketplace to pay $250 for your Psychological Evaluation. After you have paid your Psych fee, you will need to pay for your Cardiac Stress Test at the
Criminal Justice Training Center marketplace, under the Center For Health Promotion tab, to pay your $75.
During the application process, the applicant will undergo the following testing:
Applicants will be at the Center for Applied Psychology for approximately four hours.
IUP CJTC reserves the right to cancel an academy because of
insufficient enrollment. All costs of application are the responsibility
of the applicant and, in the event of a cancellation, are nonreimbursable by the IUP CJTC.
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