CWU Law and Justice at Des Moines invites all who are interested to join us for our Speaker's Bureau series of presentations and talks. Events will be held on the CWU Des Moines campus at Highline Community College, Building 29, Room 109, at 6 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 15th: Careers in Policing
Representatives from the Kent Police Department and Washington State Patrol discuss their careers and the culture of policing.
Monday, Oct. 29th: Role of Prosecutures and Defense Attorneys
King County Prosecutor Doug Young and Public Defender Bryon Ward talk about their careers and roles in the criminal justice system.
Wednesday, Nov. 14th: Careers in Probation
Thinking about a career in probation? Hear from Kent Community Corrections Officer Stephanie Modrijan about her job and about opportunities in this field.
Monday, Nov. 26th: Careers in Corrections
Learn about the careers in corrections from Scott Frakes, Deputy Director of the Washington Department of Corrections. Prior to his new appointment, Scott was superintendent at the Monroe Correctional Complex.
The LAJ Speaker's Bureau series is coordinated by Professor Mary Ellen Reimund.
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