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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.
The Law Enforcement program celebrates the accomplishments of its most recent graduates and overall program success.
College of Western Idaho to host its annual Program and Career Expo (PACE) on April 13.
Law Enforcement students receive active shooter training with the help of community partners, fellow students, and program alumni.
CWI Law Enforcement Program honors graduates at the Nampa Civic Center.
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...
College of Western Idaho’s (CWI) second annual Connections Project is fast approaching! The annual event, being held on April 27 at the...
On Dec. 14, students from CWI’s Criminal Justice Club and Law Enforcement program wrapped and delivered presents to a local family.
The CWI Foundation recently awarded more than $6,000 to the recipients of this year’s Wishing Well Fund.
On Oct. 5, CWI served as the host site for a community policing event presented by the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the U.S. Marshal’s Office.
CWI celebrated a milestone on July 26 as the first graduates from its Law Enforcement program were honored with a ceremony.
The program has received an important designation, being granted full certification by the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training.
On Dec. 5, students from the Law Enforcement Program and Criminal Justice Club spent the morning at a local Kmart wrapping presents for children.
On April 9, the CWI Law Enforcement Program will host a public event for anyone interested in learning more about the new program.