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CWI Adjunct Faculty, Vickie Gooch, helped chair an operation with Idaho State Police to save six women in Boise from human trafficking.
Tour provides students the opportunity to see first-hand how juveniles are living, learning, and working toward release and reintegration into the community.
CWI’s annual giving tree collects over 600 gifts for children in need in the Treasure Valley.
Unwrapped gifts will be collected on campus through Dec. 9 to help bring holiday cheer to children in the Treasure Valley.
Congratulations to Senior Coordinator of Course and Curriculum Management, Samantha Grapes, named CWI’s Staff of the Month for September 2021.
Brighten the holiday season for children in the Treasure Valley by donating gifts to the College’s annual Giving Tree.
CWI’s Criminal Justice program is excited to welcome Dr. Greg Hampikian, founder and director of the Idaho Innocence Project.
Those interested in pursuing a career in public safety are invited to attend the 2019 Public Safety Open House March 16.
Kevin Platts has been named the new Director of Public Safety Programs at College of Western Idaho.
McKenzie Wood has been selected as College of Western Idaho’s Faculty of Distinction for March 2018.
College of Western Idaho to host its annual Program and Career Expo (PACE) on April 13.
Criminal Justice Club adopted a family for Christmas.
The June 2017 Faculty of the Month recognition goes to Stephanie Ritchie Breach.
College of Western Idaho (CWI) has been sharing stories of success from several of this year’s graduates as we countdown to the 2017 commencement ceremony. The road traveled by students to arrive at CWI and the experiences along their education journey are all amazing and inspiring in...
CWI’s Criminal Justice club partners with the Nampa Police Department.
On Dec. 14, students from CWI’s Criminal Justice Club and Law Enforcement program wrapped and delivered presents to a local family.
Over 150 guests were in attendance for a special presentation by Executive Director of the Idaho Innocence Project, Dr. Greg Hampikian.
Dr. Greg Hampikian will visit CWI on Oct. 19 to present on the use of forensic DNA to exonerate innocent people on death row.
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