Established in 2017, the Klein High School Criminal Justice Club is a student organization at Klein High School dedicated to developing the knowledge of students in the field of Criminal Justice. Members learn about forensics, law enforcement, and public safety through practical training's, competitions, and guest speakers.
The Klein High School Criminal Justice Club is an extracurricular club dedicated to educating future law enforcement, corrections, security, and forensic students. We learn about the different elements of public safety and go to competitions around the state.
The Criminal Justice Club competes in a wide range of events. In years pasts we have had crime scene investigation teams, swat teams, and many more teams. There are over 30 events that members can compete in within the Texas Public Service Association (who we compete with). Visit tpsa.info to learn more about competitive events.
At Criminal Justice Club meetings members get the chance to learn through practical training's, guest speakers, and exciting events. The Criminal Justice Club also has social events and volunteer opportunities.
The Criminal Justice Club is governed by the CJC Bylaws.
To join the Criminal Justice Club all you have to do is apply online and pay our dues.
Were currently finalizing our dues, check back later!
We will release our application on the first day of school!