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Community Safety and Services Police Academy

Magnet Program

 Reinventing Public Safety for a New Generation 

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This magnet program envisions the future of police work characterized by professionalism, diversity, and earned community trust.

 

Through rigorous intellectual, physical, and socially conscious training, students learn what it will take to reinvent public safety work. 

 

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Contact Us

Maribel Gonzalez

Magnet Coordinator

mxg88481@lausd.net

323-276-1718

 

Dina Moreno 

Counselor

dxm5939@lausd.net

Marina Marquez-Corado 

Faculty Co-lead

CPA Coordinator

Cortney Griffith

Faculty Co-Lead

Physical Training Teacher

Quetzal Roura

CTE Teacher: 

Legal Practices

Creating Solutions Together

 

 

Cultivate

compassion, communication,

leadership, discipline,  

and teamwork.

The curriculum emphasizes constitutional rights, trauma-informed psychology, public policy, as well as criminal legal studies.​

Racially and gender-diverse LAPD officers work closely with students to gain first-hand perspectives on public safety careers.

 

 

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          ACADEMICS

  

Physical Training (P.T.)

PT teacher C. Griffith leads this course.  In this class, students go through extensive physical training in the magnet's dedicated obstacle course and weight room. Students also go through mandatory, weekly uniform inspections.

Career Technical Education 1 (C.T.E.):  Intro to Criminal Law

CTE Teacher Q.A. Roura introduces criminal justice institutions, criminal procedure,  the model penal code, and the application of criminal elements to crimes.  And students perform criminal trials in Wilson's mock courtroom.

Career Technical Education 2 (C.T.E):   Juvenile Justice

CTE Teacher Q.A. Roura teaches how constitutional rights are applied to youth, including deep discussions into the freedoms of speech, peaceful assembly, religion, property rights and due process.   

Forensics and Crime Scene Investigation  

Forensics instructor, M. Navas introduces students to the scientific world of forensics. Students participate in hands-on experiments in Wilson's forensics lab.

College and Career Readiness   

This magnet school's coursework meets all the requirements of UCs and CSUs admissions.  

 

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Mission Statement

The mission of Wilson High School and El Sereno Middle School is to empower all students with the skills and knowledge to become compassionate, inquisitive, principled young people who create a more peaceful world through global awareness, critical thinking, and a commitment to action and service.

Vision Statement

Our vision is to create an academically rigorous school of international merit where all stakeholders function as a cohesive and collaborative learning community to ensure that all students succeed as knowledgeable, ethical and caring citizens of the world.

© 2023 by Woodrow Wilson Senior High School.

4500 Multnomah Street

Los Angeles, CA 90032

Tel: 323-276-1600