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First Clifton Junior Police Academy graduates 35 students

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The Clifton Police Department held its first junior police academy. Live weapons training was part of the program.
Marko Georgiev/NorthJersey.com

CLIFTON – Dozens of city students traded in their phones, tablets and video games for CSI simulations, shooting ranges and helicopter landings this week.

The group of 35 middle school-aged students turned junior police academy recruits and began each day with the flag salute, physical

Read more at: http://www.northjersey.com/story/news/passaic/clifton/2017/07/21/first-clifton-junior-police-academy-graduates-35-students/481647001/

SkillsUSA Law Enforcement/Crime Scene Investigation Team takes first place

Northland Career Center

National champions: The SkillsUSA Law Enforcement/Crime Scene Investigation Team won first place at the Leadership and Skills Conference/Competition in June in Louisville, Ky.

Team members were Jenna Abbott from Liberty High School, Marena Draskovich from Winnetonka High School and Colby Matthys from Platte County R-3 High School.

More than 16,000 students, teachers and business partners participated in the week-long conference.

Kansas State University

Graduate degrees: Northland students completed requirements for master’s and doctorate degrees on the campus in Manhattan.

Awarded master’s degrees were MaryAnn Matney from Dearborn; Justin Mohn, Excelsior Springs; Levi Caraway, Kearney; and Samuel Clonch, Gregory Fassett and Eugene Johnson, Platte City.

Kansas City, North, students earning master’s degrees were Julie Abrahamzon, Sarah Burgen, Taylor Craghead, Eric Elsener, Kevin Madera, David Maynard, Eric Thompson, Emily Whitty and Brian Winter. Christian Eckert earned a doctor of veterinary medicine degree and Jordan Woehl, a doctorate.

From Smithville, Elizabeth Everman earned a

Read more at: http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/community/816-north/article162591283.html

Five KC students take first place in state SkillsUSA | Daily Chronicle

Kishwaukee College students earned several top 10 place finishes, including five students who were first-place winners, in the Annual SkillsUSA
Illinois State Leadership Conference and Championships in Springfield.

The first-place winners – Lauren Coon of Sycamore, in Medical Terminology and in Health Occupations Professional Portfolio; Alex Olson of Maple Park, in Power Equipment Technology; and the team of Courtney Bolin of Kirkland, Hannah Miller of Oregon, and Victoria Rodriguez of Rochelle, in Crime Scene Investigation – will compete at the National SkillsUSA Leadership Conference and Championships in Louisville, Kentucky.

SkillsUSA is a national, state, regional and local organization for technical, skilled, health and personal service occupations for students who are enrolled in high school and college. SkillsUSA has more than 300,000 members in more than 14,000 chapters.

In Illinois, there are seven regions with 88 high school and college chapters representing 225 training sections.

Kishwaukee College students competed against community college students from across

Read more at: http://www.daily-chronicle.com/2017/06/16/five-kc-students-take-first-place-in-state-skillsusa/a2fp2tk/

Five KC students take first place in state SkillsUSA

Kishwaukee College students earned several top 10 place finishes, including five students who were first-place winners, in the AnnualSkillsUSA
Illinois State Leadership Conference and Championships in Springfield.

The first-place winners – Lauren Coon of Sycamore, in Medical Terminology and in Health Occupations Professional Portfolio; Alex Olson of Maple Park, in Power Equipment Technology; and the team of Courtney Bolin of Kirkland, Hannah Miller of Oregon, and Victoria Rodriguez of Rochelle, in Crime Scene Investigation – will compete at the National SkillsUSA Leadership Conference and Championships in Louisville, Kentucky.

SkillsUSA is a national, state, regional and local organization for technical, skilled, health and personal service occupations for students who are enrolled in high school and college. SkillsUSA has more than 300,000 members in more than 14,000 chapters.

In Illinois, there are seven regions with 88 high school and college chapters representing 225 training sections.

Kishwaukee College students competed against community college students from across

Read more at: http://www.daily-chronicle.com/2017/06/16/five-kc-students-take-first-place-in-state-skillsusa/a2fp2tk/

Decatur Police hold graduation for first class of Explorers | WHNT.com

DECATUR, Ala. – A summer outreach effort in the River City brings more than a dozen teenagers into the police department.

They got to see a side of police work many of us never get the chance to.

Parents and community members cheered on the first graduates of Decatur Police Department’s Explorer program.

“It allows us to do outreach to our community, to our youth and build the relationships and give them an idea of what being a police officer is like,” explained Lt. Proncey Robertson.

Teens between 14 and 17 spent weeks of their summer with the department, getting hands on lessons.

“A crime scene investigator came and we learned criminal investigation, how to do fingerprints, stuff like that,” said Explorer graduate Matthew Tankersley.

It provides a better understanding, and potentially, an interest in becoming an officer.

“Who better to serve our community than our own folk, our own people, our own children,” said Decatur Police Chief

Read more at: http://whnt.com/2017/06/28/decatur-police-hold-graduation-for-first-class-of-explorers/

Decatur Police hold graduation for first class of Explorers

DECATUR, Ala. – A summer outreach effort in the River City brings more than a dozen teenagers into the police department.

They got to see a side of police work many of us never get the chance to.

Parents and community members cheered on the first graduates of Decatur Police Department’s Explorer program.

“It allows us to do outreach to our community, to our youth and build the relationships and give them an idea of what being a police officer is like,” explained Lt. Proncey Robertson.

Teens between 14 and 17 spent weeks of their summer with the department, getting hands on lessons.

“A crime scene investigator came and we learned criminal investigation, how to do fingerprints, stuff like that,” said Explorer graduate Matthew Tankersley.

It provides a better understanding, and potentially, an interest in becoming an officer.

“Who better to serve our community than our own folk, our own people, our own children,” said Decatur Police Chief

Read more at: http://whnt.com/2017/06/28/decatur-police-hold-graduation-for-first-class-of-explorers/

CSI Paris… 1904: Fascinating images from crime scenes that were the first of their kind used by famed French …

These are the remarkable images from crime scenes that were the first of their kind – used to crack cases in grisly murders at the turn of the 20th century.

The unsettling photographs taken in Paris and credited to famed detective Alphonse Bertillon detail graphic crime scenes of the past.

Some pictures show scenes of chaos, where you can clearly see a struggle has taken place and injuries to the victim. However, in others a figure lies in a perfectly neat room, adding to the mystery of the atrocity.

These crime scene photos from early 20th century France are both fascinating and macabre in equal measure, and the work of pioneering French murder detective Alphonse Bertillon. Pictured is the murder scene of Madame Veuve Bol, in Paris, and dated 1904. The caption reads: 'Inspection on a horizontal plane'

These

Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4513978/The-original-CSI-Crime-scene-pictures-1904-France.html

Bertillon was the first to recognise the importance of using photography to document a crime scene.

These are the remarkable images from crime scenes that were the first of their kind – used to crack cases in grisly murders at the turn of the 20th century.

The unsettling photographs taken in Paris and credited to famed detective Alphonse Bertillon detail graphic crime scenes of the past.

Some pictures show scenes of chaos, where you can clearly see a struggle has taken place and injuries to the victim. However, in others a figure lies in a perfectly neat room, adding to the mystery of the atrocity.

These crime scene photos from early 20th century France are both fascinating and macabre in equal measure, and the work of pioneering French murder detective Alphonse Bertillon. Pictured is the murder scene of Madame Veuve Bol, in Paris, and dated 1904. The caption reads: 'Inspection on a horizontal plane'

These

Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4513978/The-original-CSI-Crime-scene-pictures-1904-France.html

Lebanon Police to hire department’s first full-time CSI | CBS 4 …

Lebanon, Ind – The Lebanon Police department is looking to hire the first full-time Crime Scene Investigator in the department’s history.

Lebanon Police Chief Tyson Warmoth says the move was made possible after Boone County recently passed a half-percent increase in local income taxes, earmarked for public safety funding.

“The need’s been there for a long time, we just didn’t have the financial means to fill it,” Warmoth said.

The new CSI will be a civilian without police arresting powers, but will work alongside the departments investigations division to solve crimes.

“They’ll be the ones responsible for lifting fingerprints,” Warmoth said.  “They’ll be the ones responsible for photographing the scene, no matter how horrific.”

Warmoth says he’s looking for someone with a methodical, meticulous approach to documenting crime scenes and handling evidence.  The CSI will have to strictly follow laws regarding handling of evidence and the chain of custody while overseeing the department’s property room.

The

Read more at: http://cbs4indy.com/2017/03/29/lebanon-police-to-hire-departments-first-full-time-csi/