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Academy of Public Safety and Security

A silver badge with a tiger face in the center and the word Tigers above it and the word Security below it in yellow and black and the words South View High School above the badge and the words Academy Of Public Safety and Security written in black below the badge

Mission Statement:

  • Building a strong educational foundation that will prepare students for successful careers in the Public Safety and Security Industry.


  • Honor, Discipline, Leadership, Respect, Responsibility

Academy Director:

Ms.Wynona Brewington (Oxendine)


South View High School
Academy of Public Safety and Security
4184 Elk Road
Hope Mills, NC 28348-1698
(910)425-8181 Ext. 130


  • If you have any additional questions about Academy of Public Safety and Security you can contact Ms. Brewington Oxendine Academy using this Email Form.

Information Flyer:

  • We are currently developing a new information flyer. The new flyer will be posted as soon as it is ready.

Application for Admittance:

Click here to open the Application for Admittance to South View High School Academy of Public Safety & Security to South View High School Academy of Public Safety & Security in a pdf format.

High School Connections at   FTCC

  • Intro to Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice Technology is designed to provide knowledge of criminal justice systems and operations. The study will focus on local, state, and federal law enforcement, judicial process, corrections, and security services. The criminal justice system’s role within society will be explored. Credit obtained in these courses may be transferred directly into the Criminal Justice Technology associate degree curriculum.






Course Number/Name

CJC 111+Intro Criminal Law

CJC 131 Criminal Law

CJC 221 Investigate Principles

CJC 231 Constitutional Law

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High School Connections at   FTCC

Latent Evidence provides an in-depth study of current crime scene processing techniques and procedures. Topics include fingerprint classification, identification, and chemical development. This program prepares the student in the basic skills required for entry-level employment as a crime scene investigator. Credits obtained in these courses may be transferred directly into the Criminal Justice Technology/Latent Evidence associate degree curriculum.

  • Latent Evidence

Click here to open the Criminal Justice Technology-Latent Evidence in a pdf format.


Cumberland County Schools and The AOPSS do not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, or age in its activities and programs.

Published by Laura Taylor on June 12, 2019
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