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Minnesota West to host Law Enforcement Day

The event is designed for high school seniors and postsecondary enrollment options program students who are interested in law enforcement

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WORTHINGTON — Potential students are invited to the Worthington campus of Minnesota West Community and Technical College to explore the school’s law enforcement program on Dec. 7.

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Prospective students may sit in on classes that law enforcement students attend while in the program, meet the instructors, tour the campus and program facilities, and receive information on the program. Students will also review program requirements and have time to register.

The event is designed for high school seniors and postsecondary enrollment options program students who are interested in law enforcement.

Participants will meet in the student services area for a tour at 9:15 a.m. From 10 to 11:30 a.m., the group will meet in the annex of the Health and Wellness Center for a greeting, defensive tactics and box drill training, followed by lunch and an overview of the law enforcement program at 11:30 a.m. in room 202. Finally, students will meet with law enforcement faculty from 12:30 to 1 p.m.

Those who wish to attend should RSVP at mnwest.edu/worthington-law-enforcement-day.

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