Career Academy Students Mentor Younger Peers

Career Academy Students Teach Crime Scene Techniques
Posted on 03/03/2017

Students from the Cabell County Career Technology Center Law and Public Safety Academy shared their investigative skills with their younger peers February 21 and 22 at Huntington Middle School.

The Law and Public Safety Academy instructed sixth graders on finger printing, crime scene investigation, and crime photography. Professional equipment and investigative techniques were used to examine mock crime scenes.

Crystal Davis, instructor of the Law and Public Safety Academy, says, “Students teaching students will progress as we move into the new Career Academy approach to instruction.”

For more information about the Law and Public Safety Academy contact Mrs. Davis at the Cabell County Career Technology Center by calling (304) 528-5106. 

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