New York State Trooper Visits CO BOCES to Talk With Students
Each year, Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES invites a member from the law enforcement community to visit the campus and speak with juniors and seniors in the Criminal Justice program. Professionals from local, state and federal agencies talk with students about the wide array of job opportunities available in the criminal justice field.
This year, New York State Trooper Jason Klewicki was the guest speaker. While he was there to discuss law enforcement in broad terms, students were likely to consume the information differently depending on how long they’ve been part of the Criminal Justice program.
For juniors, Klewicki’s visit served as an introduction to the state police. He touched on what the application process is like, what academy life entails, and the myriad opportunities available to a New York State Trooper.
For the seniors, the discussion touched on information both old and new. Klewicki updated students on some of the information presented in 2016, specifically referencing changes in some opportunities for the state police that have occurred since that time. He then further answered questions on how best to prepare for a career in law enforcement.