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Criminal Justice explores careers

Jayden Potter

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The Criminal Justice class visited The Department of Public Safety to study careers in the criminal justice field on Thursday Sept 21, 2017.

The students took a tour with teacher, Ty Whitworth, and viewed DNA analysis labs, Police cruisers, Evidence rooms, and much more.

“The trip was very informative and we learned how to process evidence, we learned what they do when there researching drugs and we also went to the gun shooting range were they test guns out.”, said Mayra V.

 

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