Students Get Insight To Law Enforcement Career

Published by The Bee News

December 27, 2018

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MOHAVE VALLEY–Law enforcement students attending River Valley High School were in for a treat when deputies with the detention division made a surprise visit to speak earlier this month. 

According to The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page, the deputies were invited to speak and visit with students attending the Law Enforcement Class at River Valley High School on Wednesday, Dec. 12. 

Liz Onken, of the training department, visited three classes and spoke with the students, along with Detention Officer Brandon Moreno. 

Some of the equipment used in the Detention Facility was also on hand for the classes, along with demonstrations on how they function. The students were very receptive and interacted with great questions. 

“The class is geared to expose the students to the career field and all of the aspects, both positive and negative,” said Kirk Gebicke, class instructor. 

Wednesday’s event allowed more than 60 students the chance to learn about career opportunities with the Mohave County sheriff’s Office.Student

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