CWI Law Enforcement Students Hired at Canyon County Sheriff’s Office

Published: April 28, 2017

College of Western Idaho (CWI) Law Enforcement students, Rob Dry and Sean Krone, were sworn in as Marine Deputies for the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday, April 25. 

Dry came to CWI Law Enforcement program in his late 40s after a decision to change careers. He looks forward to the opportunity a career in law enforcement provides to serve people in a meaningful way every day. Dry feels the academic and field training he has received in the program has prepared him for a fulfilling career. 

Krone, a 32-year old Army veteran, worked in corrections for a number of years before deciding to leave that line of work to pursue a career in residential rehabilitation. After two years, Krone says the “brotherhood” is what brought him back. He came to CWI in hopes of finding a good career, with good benefits, a family atmosphere, and one he can retire from. 

Dry and Krone are two of the first four CWI Law Enforcement students from Class 2 to be hired by agencies.  

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