A GROUP OF HIGH SCHOOL students from the Shiawassee Career and Technical Countywide Criminal Justice class recently toured the Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office. Assistant Jail Administrator Casey Colbry showed the students what happens when a person gets arrested and is processed by the corrections deputies. The students had the opportunity to look at the technology used to keep the officers and inmates safe, and to see what a typical jail cell looks like. They also toured the detective bureau and the road patrol and administrative offices located in the Sheriff’s Office.

   Shown during their tour of the Sheriff’s Office is (back row, from left) Kassady Wiley, Kelsey Saunders, McKenzie Fisher- Stockinger, Kahla Wilson and Elijah Blumerich, along with (front row, from left) Hannah Thomson, Nevaeh Ginger, KaraLee Beemer, Samantha Cooper and Jolie Worthington. The students are dual-enrolled through Baker College, where they earn both high school and college credit at the same time.

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Shiawassee Career and Technical Countywide Criminal Justice class was last modified: November 19th, 2019 by Karen Elford