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College of Western Idaho’s Law Enforcement program helped clean and rake up some homes in the Treasure Valley as part of this year’s Rake Up Caldwell.
College of Western Idaho’s Law Enforcement program looks to train and produce first responders of tomorrow which will also fill gaps in law enforcement officer shortages around the state.
Congratulations to Class 11 of College of Western Idaho’s Law Enforcement program who were honored during a ceremony, May 11.
Law Enforcement students from College of Western Idaho could be spotted along Interstate 84 picking up trash in early April as part of Idaho’s Adopt-a-Highway program.
Students from College of Western Idaho’s Law Enforcement give back by serving the community during Rake Up Nampa.
Classes 9 and 10 of College of Western Idaho’s Law Enforcement program were recognized during a ceremony May 6.
All six members of Class 9 of CWI’s Law Enforcement program were successfully employed within 30 days of completing the program.
Law Enforcement students help provide nearly 70 local children an opportunity to shop for gifts for their families this holiday season.
Ten Career Technical Education students, nominated by their instructors, selected to receive $1,000 scholarships.
CWI Law Enforcement students raise money to help a fellow law enforcement family impacted by a devastating wildfire.
While practicing social distancing and wearing masks, Law Enforcement program graduates gather for a ceremony.
After more than six years of service, CWI Law Enforcement Director, Brett Reid, has announced his departure.
The College's Law Enforcement and Fire Service Technology programs celebrated during their graduation ceremonies Dec. 12.
Law Enforcement students celebrate graduation with family and friends during a ceremony on May 16.
Law Enforcement’s second-annual golf tournament raises more than $5,000 for Nampa Family Justice Center.
Those interested in pursuing a career in public safety are invited to attend the 2019 Public Safety Open House March 16.
LeRoy Forsman recognized as College Educator of the Year at the 2017-18 Idaho Press 2C Spotlight Awards banquet.
Kevin Platts has been named the new Director of Public Safety Programs at College of Western Idaho.
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