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Students from regional technical schools compete in skills competition at MBIT

Middle Bucks Institute of Technology hosted students from eight area career and technical schools in the SkillsUSA District 2 competitions this week.

Students from eight career and technical schools in Bucks, Delaware and Montgomery counties competed this week in more than 40 skills competitions at the 2018 SkillsUSA District 2 competitions, hosted by Middle Bucks Institute of Technology in Warwick. The competitions included automotive, welding, electrical, cosmetology, early childhood education, crime scene investigation, information technology services, web design, public speaking, job interview, and technical drafting.

SkillsUSA is the national organization for students in career and technical education programs. District competitions provide provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate skills mastered in their technical programs, and are judged by local business, industry and education leaders. Winners go on to state and national competitions.

Read more at: http://www.buckscountycouriertimes.com/news/20180131/students-from-regional-technical-schools-compete-in-skills-competition-at-mbit

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Local high schools compete in crime scene investigation competition

However, on Friday morning, 150 local high school student spent hours competing in something you don’t see every day: crime scene investigations.

Friday marked the sixth year of the Northeast Tennessee Crime Scene Investigation Competition. This year, it was held at Valley Forge Free Will Baptist Church.

In a matter of a few hours, students divide up and must demonstrate their proficiency in various elements of crime scene investigation and forensics such as blood-splatter analysis, crime-scene sketching and ballistics among many, many others.

Every separate aspect has a different scenario, such as a carjacking or a drug deal that went wrong.

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The competition was started by Ryan Presnell, criminal justice teacher at Elizabethton High School and the school’s CSI team’s coach.

“Really, the purpose is to allow kids to put the skills to use and teach as close to a real-world environment as possible,” Presnell said. “A lot of the kids will

Read more at: http://www.johnsoncitypress.com/Education/2017/11/17/local-high-school-compete-in-crime-scene-investigation-comepetition

Spring Hill High hosts student Forensic Sciences Competition

SPRING HILL Scenes of murder, domestic violence and arrests took place at the Northfield Workforce Development Conference Center on Wednesday, but, thankfully, it was all just a drill.

The future law enforcement agents put their knowledge of criminal justice to the test here in Maury County for Spring Hill High School’s annual Forensic Sciences Competition.

In the two-day event, the high school students from 18 schools worked in teams, competing in activities related to law enforcement.

They were tested on their ability to investigate a mock crime scene, using the same standards and procedures employed by law enforcement including examining an object for fingerprints and recording those prints, conducting roadside sobriety tests, making a traffic stop with an armed felon, responding to a domestic assault call and holding appellate court.

“It gives them a lot of leadership,” Spring Hill High School’s criminal justice instructor

Read more at: http://www.columbiadailyherald.com/news/20171108/spring-hill-high-hosts-student-forensic-sciences-competition

HHS squad prepares for Constitution Project competition

Members of the Houston High School Constitution Project crime scene investigation team interview mayor Don Tottingham during a practice session at a mock automobile accident last Thursday at Thomasville Road and Holder Avenue. Tottingham was posing as a fictitious man named “Ralph Sanders,” the driver of a stolen vehicle that had caused the wreck. Students, from left: Kylie Lane, Savannah Cope, Charlee Sue Jadwin and Taylor Chipps.

Read more at: http://www.houstonherald.com/news/hhs-squad-prepares-for-constitution-project-competition/article_3bded69e-a7a3-11e7-863b-53a6ce8dd6b0.html

SMHS Criminal Justice team competes in national competition

Stone Memorial High School’s Criminal Justice team recently competed in the SkillsUSA National Competition in June. The competition was held in Louisville, KY. This is the first time competitors in crime scene investigation from Cumberland County have advanced to the national level of SkillsUSA. The students that competed were Brooke Ritzman, Autumn Begley and Kimberly Fisher. The team represented the state of Tennessee in the Crime Scene Investigation competition. SMHS placed 11th out of 35 teams from all over the United States.

Another notable accomplishment was Tyler Davis, a senior at SMHS, placing fourth in the SkillsUSA State Competition in the Criminal Justice division for the second year in a row.

These accomplishments couldn’t have been obtained without support and training provided by Cumberland County Sheriffs Office, Crossville Police Department, Crossville Cumberland County Crimestoppers, City of Crossville and several other valued supporters. The Stone Memorial High School Criminal Justice Department advisors Kylee

Read more at: http://www.crossville-chronicle.com/community/school_news/smhs-criminal-justice-team-competes-in-national-competition/article_79e7eae6-7622-11e7-ac44-93a6ebd5c500.html

SMHS Criminal Justice team competes in national competition …

Stone Memorial High School’s Criminal Justice team recently competed in the SkillsUSA National Competition in June. The competition was held in Louisville, KY. This is the first time competitors in crime scene investigation from Cumberland County have advanced to the national level of SkillsUSA. The students that competed were Brooke Ritzman, Autumn Begley and Kimberly Fisher. The team represented the state of Tennessee in the Crime Scene Investigation competition. SMHS placed 11th out of 35 teams from all over the United States.

Another notable accomplishment was Tyler Davis, a senior at SMHS, placing fourth in the SkillsUSA State Competition in the Criminal Justice division for the second year in a row.

These accomplishments couldn’t have been obtained without support and training provided by Cumberland County Sheriffs Office, Crossville Police Department, Crossville Cumberland County Crimestoppers, City of Crossville and several other valued supporters. The Stone Memorial High School Criminal Justice Department advisors Kylee

Read more at: http://www.crossville-chronicle.com/community/school_news/smhs-criminal-justice-team-competes-in-national-competition/article_79e7eae6-7622-11e7-ac44-93a6ebd5c500.html

Santa Maria Police Explorers take home trophies from weekend competition

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