UCM, SFCC partner for part-time law enforcement academy

Individuals representing the Sedalia Police Department, Pettis County Sheriff’s Department, State Fair Community College and the University of Central Missouri participate in a public announcement for a new part-time basic law enforcement academy in Sedalia. Picture, front row from left, is Tollie Rowe, member of the sheriff’s department and SFCC instructor; Cendy Harrell-Carlton, SFCC criminal justice program coordinator; Joanna Anderson, SFCC president; Roger Best, UCM president; Betsy Kreisel, associate dean of UCM’s Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies; back row, David Woolery, commander of the Sedalia Police Department; James Cunningham, SFCC dean of academic affairs; Tim Lowery, director of the Central Missouri Police Academy; Joanna Kurt-Hilditch, senior director of the Missouri Safety Center; Kevin Bond, sheriff of Pettis County; and Jose Mercado, dean of HCBPS.

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