MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Globe University’s program to train police and probation officers is fraudulent, according to a verdict handed down Thursday.

A Hennepin County judge found that Globe and the Minnesota School of Business violated the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

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The schools attracted students who thought they would become licensed peace officers, when in fact those diplomas were worthless.

A court injunction will force Globe to stop its deceptive marketing. The judge will now decide if students are entitled to restitution.

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The schools said they are proud of the role they play in strengthening the workforce.