Students attend criminal justice careers presentation

– (12/1/04)

Old Colony students interested in the criminal justice field attended a presentation by two law enforcement officials on Dec. 1, 2004, in the cafetorium. Rochester Police Sergeant William Chamberlain discussed the many career opportunities in law enforcement and the skills necessary for success. Forensic Chemist Melissa Marino, of the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department Bureau of Criminal Investigation, presented PowerPoint slides and discussed the different avenues of careers in law enforcement, specifically in criminal investigation, fingerprint analysis, digital video imaging, photography, crime scene investigation, and crime lab analysis.

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