Lock Haven University criminal justice students recently visited the National Law
Enforcement Museum and Memorial in Washington, D. C. The students were all members
of the LHU Criminal Justice Club and were accompanied by club advisor, Dr. Greg Koehle.
The museum contains several interactive features, such as an emergency driving simulator and use of force simulator. The students learned about the history of law enforcement as well as current issues in law enforcement.
Students in attendance for the trip were: Audra Newmeyer, of Stewartstown; Macenzie Walsh, of Beech Creek; Tiffany Brungart, of Lock Haven; Dakota Rauch, of Mill Hall; Allissa McCloskey, of Howard; Olivia Barr, of Warriors Mark; Travis Suydam, of Lock Haven; Kiyona Potts, of Trainer; Ciara Gagner, of Scranton; Caleb Trotter, of Montgomery; Ashley Beach, of Shamokin; Ellie Flynn, of Kersey; and Makayla Ebersole, of Beaver Springs.
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