Careers and Canines Discussed as Homeland Security Visits HS Law Classes

Careers and Canines Discussed as Homeland Security Visits HS Law Classes

For the second consecutive year, criminal justice and college and business law classes at the high school were visited by representatives from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and its canine unit. The presentation, held in the school’s auditorium, included discussion of the officers’ career requirements, job description and duties, their operations at our local and international airports, and the use of trained dogs in the canine unit.

“The students were extremely engaged and inquisitive, and the presentation was a success,” said teacher Shawn Wallace, who organized the event.