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Saltillo police to start Explorer program

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Planning underway for program

IRONTON – Despite the Tri-State’s recent snap of cold weather, planning is already underway for this summer’s Academy of Excellence at Ohio University Southern. This year, the annual program will provide a relaxed, fun environment for learning for children in grades one through seven.

The 2018 Academy of Excellence is scheduled for July 16 through 18 on the Ironton Campus. Students may also participate in an additional week of activities with Horse Lover’s Camp, which will be conducted at the Ohio Horse Park in Franklin Furnace, home to the Southern Campus’ Equine Studies program, July 23 through 27. This will mark the 38th year of the popular summer camp for children.

Dr. Martha Evans, assistant professor and campus liaison for the Early Childhood Education program at Ohio Southern, serves as coordinator of the Academy of Excellence. She said the goal of the Academy is to provide children with exposure to a university

Read more at: http://www.herald-dispatch.com/news/ohio_news/planning-underway-for-program/article_e6d26d6f-4f21-5999-b172-9264dce81b77.html

NEMO High School students invited to join MSHP Student Alliance Program

Captain James E. Wilt, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, is pleased to announce Troop B will be conducting a two-day Student Alliance Program. The purpose of the program is to provide an opportunity for current high school students to learn more about law enforcement and the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

Captain James E. Wilt, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, is pleased to announce Troop B will be conducting a two-day Student Alliance Program. The purpose of the program is to provide an opportunity for current high school students to learn more about law enforcement and the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

The 2018 Troop B Student Alliance Program will be conducted on two consecutive Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., beginning Saturday, March 3, at the Troop B Headquarters in Macon. Participants must provide their own transportation and will be on their own

Read more at: http://www.hannibal.net/news/20180122/nemo-high-school-students-invited-to-join-mshp-student-alliance-program

New Career and Technology program at SFCC prepares students for law enforcement careers


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SCHS launches criminal justice program – Shelbyville Times

The first high school Criminal Justice program in Bedford County was launched this school year at Shelbyville Central High School.

Taught by Chris Hobbs, students at SCHS are not only learning about careers in Criminal Justice, but they are also developing their leadership and professional skills through the development of their very own Criminal Justice Student Organization.

The students have spent the first few months of the school year campaigning for offices, and electing their officer team. The President is Zoe Huffman, Vice President is Kylee Bradburn, Sergeant at Arms is Logan Drawdy, Secretary is Zailey Cunningham and Treasurer is Collin Cates. The students are very excited about the opportunity to compete against other students in the region in various events such as crime scene investigation, finger printing, traffic stops, and courtroom procedures. Criminal Justice students are also learning about the importance of community service by hosting

Read more at: http://www.t-g.com/story/2465960.html

GNTC’s Criminal Justice Technology program offering hands-on drone use

From tracking weather to handling traffic situations, drones are allowing authorities to have eyes on areas they would not usually be able to access easily.

Because of this Georgia Northwestern Technical College has purchased two new DJI-series Phantom drones and is training law enforcement students to use them in the field.

GNTC Criminal Justice Technology Director Tony Adams, who has over 13 years field experience with Georgia’s State Board of Pardons and Paroles, said these unmanned and compact remote-controlled vehicles are helping change the way many departments are getting their jobs done.

“As more and more departments deploy drones they continue to prove their value,” added Adams. “They provide incredible situational awareness to emergency services teams. Police officers, fire fighters, and SWAT teams across the country use drones for search and rescue, crime scene investigation, accident investigation, criminal pursuit, forest fire tracking, and damage assessment. Drones are not just toys or flying cameras.”

Students

Read more at: http://www.northwestgeorgianews.com/region/gntc-s-criminal-justice-technology-program-offering-hands-on-drone/article_3081ecf2-a238-11e7-af2f-a38760b8e0a1.html

GNTC’s Criminal Justice Technology program offering hands-on drone use

From tracking weather to handling traffic situations, drones are allowing authorities to have eyes on areas they would not usually be able to access easily.

Because of this Georgia Northwestern Technical College has purchased two new DJI-series Phantom drones and is training law enforcement students to use them in the field.

GNTC Criminal Justice Technology Director Tony Adams, who has over 13 years field experience with Georgia’s State Board of Pardons and Paroles, said these unmanned and compact remote-controlled vehicles are helping change the way many departments are getting their jobs done.

“As more and more departments deploy drones they continue to prove their value,” added Adams. “They provide incredible situational awareness to emergency services teams. Police officers, fire fighters, and SWAT teams across the country use drones for search and rescue, crime scene investigation, accident investigation, criminal pursuit, forest fire tracking, and damage assessment. Drones are not just toys or flying cameras.”

Students

Read more at: http://www.northwestgeorgianews.com/region/gntc-s-criminal-justice-technology-program-offering-hands-on-drone/article_3081ecf2-a238-11e7-af2f-a38760b8e0a1.html

Luther Church program takes on trafficking – Syracuse Journal

The community is invited to hear investigator Tony Kavan, a 17-year veteran of the Nebraska State Patrol, speak on human trafficking on Sunday, Sept. 24, at 2 p.m. at Luther Memorial Church in Syracuse.
The purpose of the citizen awareness class on human trafficking is to provide education on the situation in Nebraska. Specifically, the class relates to sex trafficking and how to assist peace officers and service providers in spotting, reporting and potentially rescuing victims of modern day human slavery.
Investigator Kavan is assigned as the domestic/sexual violence and human trafficking specialist from Grand Island. He also has additional specialization in traffic, crash reconstruction, crime scene investigation, bloodstain pattern analysis, forensic child interviewing and internet crimes against children.

Read more at: http://www.journaldemocrat.com/news/20170914/luther-church-program-takes-on-trafficking

Sparta Jr. Police Academy program holds closing ceremony

SPARTA — The township’s fourth annual Junior Police Academy program closed Friday with a ceremony held for the first time at the Mohawk House.

Sixty-six children from fourth through eighth grades attended the three-day event at Sparta Middle School, where officers gave them hands-on training in areas such as crime scene investigation and fingerprinting. The children got to shoot airsoft guns, see how the department uses its K-9 dog, and figure their way out of an escape room.

After their final day of activities, the participants were bused to the Mohawk House, where the children were treated to lunch by owner Steve Scro. They were then given medals by the officers, and state Sen. Steve Oroho, R-24th Dist., sent certificates to present to the children as well.

In addition, five members of the academy — one from each grade — were presented with “sharpshooter” trophies

Read more at: http://www.njherald.com/20170827/sparta-jr-police-academy-program