- 735 Geneva Way, Salinas CA, 93907
The academy provides services to state and local agencies and individuals aspiring to enter the challenging career of Law Enforcement. The training incorporates basic techniques as well as the latest technology and training topics within this dynamic field.
The Administration of Justice program at Monterey Peninsula College offers courses taught by professionals from the field bringing real world experience into the classroom. From foundational courses drawing upon criminology, corrections, sociology, psychology and law, to speakers, tours and experiences with working criminal justice professionals, our students learn theory and practice to prepare for careers in law enforcement, corrections, private security and loss prevention.
Monterey College of Law is a respected evening law school program accredited by the State Bar of California Committee of Bar Examiners.
The Gentrain Society ScholarshipCommittee is chaired by Vikki Logan and includes Mary Ann Kane, Myron Seres, Trixie Brown, Jean Mansfield, Wayne and Linda Cruzan, and Richard Stanley.
Endowed in his memory by his daughter and Monterey College of Law board member Patricia Smith Ramsey, this scholarship is awarded each fall to an entering student based on financial need.
Scholarships are awarded annually to entering students from local high schools, continuing students, and graduating Monterey Peninsula College students.