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Minnesota West schedules law enforcement orientation program

Individuals may attend Feb. 19, March 19 or April 16

Minnesota West Community and Technical College
Minnesota West Community and Technical College

WORTHINGTON — The Minnesota West Community & Technical College Law Enforcement Program will host a series of law enforcement orientation days.

Individuals may attend orientation on one of the following three days: Feb. 19, March 19 or April 16. Orientation days are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

During these events, potential students will be able to experience a day in the law enforcement program by participating in numerous classes with current law enforcement students and visiting with instructors. Students will observe a defensive tactics and firearms class and be provided an overview of the program while meeting with instructors.

To RSVP for this event, visit www.mnwest.edu/worthington-law-enforcement-day . For questions or additional information, contact Trisha Heidebrink at 372-3473 or trisha.heidebrink@mnwest.edu.

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