Congratulations Mackenzie Tayerle!
A recent alumni of our graduate program in criminal justice was sworn is as a police officer earlier this week.
Adrian College Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice
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Congratulations Mackenzie Tayerle!
Recent-grads and near-grads: could be some good SOCJ employment opportunities in our local area!
Exciting employment opportunities available at Lenawee County, including:
Juvenile Court Referee
Sanitarian I or II
For more information or to apply ➡️ https://bit.ly/2QKsuOt
Thanks to the Michigan Department of Corrections for hosting our students at Gus Harrison penitentiary.
Congratulations to our SOCJ seniors, who presented their capstone research projects today! Thank you to all the staff and students who came to out to support these students.
Big crowds at the Ribbons of Excellence research presentations.
Graduate students in our Masters of Criminal Justice Program, did a great job presenting their research on toxicity in online video game environments.
Police respond to Michigan Walmart, use own money to buy hungry woman food, toiletries Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole shared details of the gesture on Monday.
Lenawee County starting program aimed at reducing mentally ill people in justice system Lenawee County has embarked on its implementation of the national initiative Stepping Up to reduce recidivism of the mentally ill.
Well that's an interesting headline...
2 racing vehicles crash into stolen Charger doing donuts at intersection; 3 injured One man is in critical condition after the crash in Pontiac.
Well that's an interesting use for a SOCJ degree!
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish posted on Facebook on March 20 that it is searching for ‘professional bear huggers.’
While cuddling baby bears is one of the job perks, it’s not the main responsibility. The official job title is ‘conservation officer,’ and the primary duty is enforcing game and fish laws. Other duties include educating the public about wildlife and wildlife management, conducting wildlife surveys, investigating wildlife damage to crops and property, and assisting in wildlife relocations.
The job application states that candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in ‘biological sciences, police science or law enforcement, natural resources conservation, ecology, or related fields.’
The Facebook post also notes that applicants must ‘have ability to hike in strenuous conditions, have the courage to crawl into a bear den, and have the trust in your coworkers to keep you safe during the process. Not all law enforcement work is this glamorous, but we would love for you to join the team where you can have the experience of a lifetime.’
The job application closes on March 30.
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Area students and alum, check out this opportunity!
Emergent Health Partners offers paid emergency medical technician training academy Emergent's next EMT academy starts May 15. The application deadline is March 24. Emergent operates Lenawee and Monroe Community Ambulance.
Our own SOCJ alums, Eric Smither and Ryan Carney, do this type of work here in Lenawee county.
Scofflaws keep Michigan conservation officers busy Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers' job isn’t boring, as reflected in DNR reports for a two-week period in January.
Michigan prison sentencing reform ballot initiative moves forward The proposed “Good Time” law would reduce sentences for prisoners showing good behavior, a response to Michigan's 25-year-old mandatory minimums law.
2 DNR conservation officers honored for reviving unresponsive woman on Belle Isle Both officers responded after receiving a report of a medical emergencynear the James Scott Memorial Fountain, located at Fountain Drive and Sunset Drive, at 5:59 p.m. on Nov. 13, 2022.
Anthropologist Believes An Ancient Human Species May Have Been Sighted On Flores Island “They’re scared of us,” locals told the anthropologist, “and we’re scared of them.”
Undocumented Immigrants Have Much Lower Crime Rates Than US Citizens Undocumented Immigrants Have Much Lower Crime Rates Than US Citizens
MSP looking for volunteers to participate in training exercises with trooper recruits The MSP has created a Civilian Actor Program, and is asking for citizen volunteers who want to serve as actors in scenario-based training with members of the 143rd Trooper Recruit School (TRS) and their instructors.
New show featuring DNR officers and the state of Michigan!
Outdoor Channel’s ‘Wardens’ to focus on Michigan in new season The show “pulls the curtain back” on the work the DNR does to care for fish, wildlife, woods and water.
WE ARE HIRING – JOIN THE AAPD TODAY! Visit the City of Ann Arbor jobs board to learn more about the positions and apply. https://recruiting.ultipro.com/CIT1009CA2/JobBoard/f90d5294-f62d-4de2-9878-31193309121c/?q=&o=postedDateDesc Questions about the positions, hiring process or department? Contact Sgt. Jaime Crawford at [email protected], 734-794-6956.
Congrats to one of our own CJ program alumni, Lt. Kyle Hannah!
Three Raisin Township Fire Department employees recognized Paramedic Alysa Knick was recognized for receiving Firefighter I/II/Hazmat certification, and Rafail Kalabekov and Kyle Hannah have been promoted to lieutenant.
Inmates complete country's first prison-based culinary arts program A special graduation ceremony was held for a group of men who put in the work at the Lake Erie Correctional Institution in Ohio
⭐ Life Saving Award and Medal of Honor ⭐
➡️ Deputy Bill Warner ⬅️
On September 8, 2022, Deputy Bill Warner made a traffic stop on a vehicle that was occupied by two known subjects with felony warrants. During the stop, the driver of the vehicle fled on foot but the passenger remained in the vehicle and eventually moved to the driver's seat, started the vehicle, and fled through a field and onto the roadway. The fleeing vehicle struck another vehicle and overturned onto a creek embankment and the driver was pinned inside the vehicle, which became fully engulfed in fire. Without hesitation, Deputy Warner rushed to the vehicle to free the trapped individual which took over a minute and a half, all while the vehicle was fully engulfed in fire and the heat was almost unbearable. Deputy Warner was able to free the entrapped driver and move him to the river to put out the fire on his clothing. Deputy Warner's actions were exceptionally meritorious and showed exemplary courage by putting himself at great risk and danger, to save the life of the driver. His actions bring great credit to himself, the Sheriff's Office, and the Citizens of Lenawee County.
Any true crime fans out there?
True crime author Tobin Buhk to visit Lenawee District Library Oct. 6 Tobin Buhk will give one of his most popular historical presentations, "Michigan's Dangerous Women," Thursday in Adrian.
Woman gives birth to baby girl along Northern Michigan highway According to the Grand Traverse County Sheriff’s Office, a deputy and a sergeant responded to the intersection of U.S. 37 and Center Road in Mayfield Township at 6:55 a.m. on Tuesday after receiving a report of a woman in labor in a vehicle on the side of the road.
Adrian College | Adrian College faculty welcomed, promoted, honored with awards The founder and CEO of Student African American Brotherhood (SAAB), Tyrone Bledsoe, Ph.D., received a standing ovation after delivering his convocation address in Herrick Chapel on the campus of Adrian College on Wednesday.Bledsoe gave a personal reflection of his life and influences, with tales of....
Prison college and trades programs creating positive change in population, assistant warden says MLive toured the Richard A. Handlon Correctional Facility with members from the U.S. Department of Education on Aug. 30.
Gus Harrison Correctional Facility prisoners help Associated Charities after fire The Prisoner Benefit Fund comes from a portion of the money collected over time from inmates using their own money to buy items at the commissary.
Seasonal state park workers get pay boost as DNR fights hiring issues The Department of Natural Resources has struggled in recent years to fill seasonal state parks positions across the state.
Nearly 1 in 3 police officers are women at this Michigan department: ‘It became my home.’ The department is 29% women, more than double the national average of 13%.
Michigan needs 1,300 people to work in state parks this summer. They've hired just half. So far, the state has struggled to hire the college students and retirees who traditionally staffed parks. What it's doing about it.
Michigan inmates graduate with degrees, new outlooks on life For a few hours Monday, inside a tent decorated with maroon and gold, it was easy to forget where you were. Among the music and the commotion and the robes and tassels, it was easy to forget that this graduation ceremony was being held inside the walls of a prison.
Meet Michelle Leavitt, an alum of both our undergraduate and graduate criminal justice programs. In the pictures below she is being awarded a life saving bar for her response during a shooting.
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