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Last updated on Tuesday, June 4, 2013
(BLOOMINGTON) - The Indiana University Police Academy is teaming up with the Monroe County Prosecutor’s Office to teach criminal law to cadets.
Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney Chris Gaal says the criminal law class will be taught by three instructors, First deputy prosecutor Jeff Kehr, senior trial deputy prosecutor Geoffrey Bradley and deputy juvenile prosecutor Rich Hansen and will include special presentation by Sex Crimes Deputy Prosecutor Darcie Fawcett, Domestic Violence Deputy Prosecutor Jackie Dakich and Drug Crimes Deputy Prosecutor Erika Oliphant.
The partnership gives cadets the ability to learn from people with years of experience and apply what they learn to real-life situations.
After graduating from the Academy, the cadets, who will be certified officers and full-time students, will work as police officers for the IU Police Department on seven IU campuses.
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