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Rowley Training Center

Critical Training for Specialized Careers

The James J. Rowley Training Center (JJRTC) has built a tradition of excellence and persists in meeting the challenges of tomorrow. JJRTC continues to evolve into a world class education center with experienced staff, enhanced curriculum and the development of facilities. Emphasis on overall quality and efficiency has resulted in the enhanced integration of course content and streamlined scheduling of basic, in-service and external training. JJRTC provides critical training that applies to all facets of Secret Service assignments and career paths, including technical, professional, managerial and administrative positions.

Located just outside of Washington, D.C., JJRTC is comprised of almost 500 acres of land, six miles of roadway and 36 buildings. The protective, investigative, specialized tactical and executive/managerial training conducted at JJRTC is unique among federal law enforcement instructional entities.

In a single year, hundreds of training recruits undergo extensive training in firearms marksmanship, use-of-force/control tactics, emergency medical techniques, financial crimes detection, physical/site/event protection and water survival training. At the other end of the professional spectrum, scores of veteran law enforcement, executive/managerial, administrative and technical personnel are offered comprehensive curriculum of specialized and technology-based training courses throughout their careers.

PLEASE NOTE: Recruits who are selected for Secret Service law enforcement positions are expected to arrive at JJRTC in excellent physical condition, ready to begin a rigorous functional fitness program. Minimum performance levels of Secret Service fitness evaluation standards must be met. Fitness evaluations measure strength, endurance and aerobic capacity in four core elements: push-ups, sit-ups, chin-ups and a 1.5 mile run.

 



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