Criminal Justice Students to Attend National Conference
Sheridan College faculty are always looking for innovative ways to enhance their students’ education.
One such example is Dr. Jonni Joyce, head of the Criminal Justice program at Sheridan College, who has been granted funding from the Sheridan College Foundation to send ten Sheridan College Criminal Justice students to Cleveland, Ohio in March 2018, to compete in the American Criminal Justice Association National Conference in Crime Scene, Firearms, Physical Agility and Academic writing exams in Juvenile Justice, Corrections, Criminal Law, and Police Management and Operations.
The competitions are directly related to the course curriculum at Sheridan College. Competing at a National level increases student success and employability in a Criminal Justice related field upon graduation. Students will experience the most updated police technology and equipment and develop an understanding of community oriented policing strategies.
The Sheridan College Foundation would like to thank our generous donors who enable our faculty to give our students a first-rate education with opportunities they probably would not find elsewhere!