The Keystone College Criminal Justice Department will offer a new course beginning in January designed to promote an ongoing dialogue between students and members of the law enforcement community.
Keystone College hosted a talk by Lackawanna County President Judge Michael Barrasse on February 10.
Workplace Environment students are gaining an awareness of the variety of criminal justice, psychology, and social science careers in the region.
Officers Robert Stelmak and Martin Monahan from the Scranton Police Department recently gave presentations with their K9 officers Attyro and Ember to Criminal Justice students.
On September 26, members of the Keystone College Criminal Justice/Psychology Club attended a free screening of Suicide The Ripple Effect at the University of Scranton.
Instructor Ray Hayes and his criminal justice students received a first-hand look at emergency preparedness during a mock drill at a local hospital.