Tour the WSCJTC Learning Center

Less than two miles to the west of Angle Lake is the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission Learning Center. The WSCJTC provides training for law enforcement, corrections and other public safety professionals in Washington State.

To be eligible to attend the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission’s Basic Law Enforcement Academy (BLEA) students must be hired by one of the 272 recognized law enforcement agencies in the State of Washington.  However you, as a local resident, will have an opportunity to visit the campus on select days to discover the varied law enforcement training operations that are offered at this location.  

The Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission will hold one, full campus tour each month through the end of the year for legislators, Commissioners, stakeholders, and the public. The tours will be conducted by Executive Director Sue Rahr, Facility Manager Wes Anderson and Basic Law Enforcement Academy (BLEA) Commander John Suessman. 

WSCJTC Campus Tour dates:

  • September 27
  • October 25
  • November 19
  • December 20

All tours will begin at 1 PM in the Olympic Building Lobby.

Tours will consist of a campus overview; visiting student classrooms, Mock City, the Firing Range, the Dormitories, and other parts of the campus; viewing training occurring on campus; and a hands on experience in the driving simulator.

If you would like to attend one of the tours, please RSVP to Sonja Hirsch at or (206) 835-7372. Your RSVP is appreciated, but not necessary.

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