Police Officer for a local, state or federal agency who is responsible for the safety of the community; investigates crimes and provides related services.
Probation/Parole Officer, who manages caseloads of offenders; assures that requirements of probation are followed; and helps clients make the transition back to society.
Corrections Officer, who works in secure correctional facilities; performs custodial services; acts as a residential unit manager; and assists prisoners in their transition back to society.
Loss Control Officer, who provides many of the same services as a police officer only in the private sector; maintains perimeter security in industrial settings; manages loss control programs; and performs private investigative work.
Courses taken at Henry Ford Community College
CRJ 131 Introduction to Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice
CRJ 132 Police Administration Staff & Line Operations
CRJ 136 Corrections I—Introduction to Corrections
PSY 131 Introductory Psychology
SPC 131 Fundamentals of Speaking or SPC 145 Interpersonal Communication
POLS 131 Introduction to American Government
POLS 135 American Legal Systems and Processes
PSY 251 Abnormal Psychology
SOC 251 Ethnic & Racial Diversity in Societies
Courses taken at Lake Superior State University
CJUS 321 Ethical Issues in Public Safety
CJUS 345 Statistics and Design for Public Safety
CJUS 401 Senior Seminar
CJUS 300/400 Level Electives
SOCY 214 Criminology
Vision of 1st Place
First Place Lake Superior State University
Automated Assembly of Seat Indexing Mechanisms
Other award recipients: Carnegie Mellon University, and a team comprised of students from University of Kentucky, University of Florida, and the Colorado School of Mines
1999 Robotics Industries Association: Robotics & Vision Show
May 11, 1999
International Scholarship Competition