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Student Police Academy Gives Students Real-Life Career Training[Monday, February 13, 2017]
Pictured are, from left, kneeling, Peter Atterberg, Samantha Springer, Vanessa Ballinger, Ashley Emmert and middle row, Alex Thoren, Kelsey Mace, Harriet Johnson, criminal justice instructor; Bethany Geng, Yanira Indoval and back row, Noah Evans, Alex Knaak, Lawren Hansen, Nicholas Sienkiewicz, Grant Doughty, Courtney Dudek, Donald Lloyd, Natalie Horsman, Nestor Wence and Katherine Lloyd. Not pictured are Kiley Kasch and Kyle Whitlow.
McHenry County College Student Police Academy members pose for a photo after completing their 16-week credit class (CJS 290) that consists of a variety of police related topics and hands-on activities, including defense tactics, handcuffing, SWAT and building entry, crime scene investigation and firearm simulations. Classroom discussions include domestic violence, ethics and specialized officer training.