Jake Pajalich, a Riverside High School Senior, has been named the Commanding Officer. Captain Pajalich was chosen to lead the program, from among the 16 seniors, through a testing and interview process. Congratulations to the new commander for 2019-2020. Pajalich is the 16th commander in the programs history and leads the program's 56 Students.
Law Enforcement Students recently participated in the Irem Shrine Circus, volunteering almost 500 hours. Students also performed traffic control, parking and security at the F.M. Kirby Center for their school shows.
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Joe R. Lakkis, Instructor, attended the workshop, March 8-11, 2016. Attendess participated in activities that recruits must complete at the basic training program.
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Students from the Law Enforcement Class raised money to help the families of two troopers that were involved in a deadly shooting. Follow the link below to see the full story.
INSTRUCTOR ATTENDS EDUCATOR'S WORKSHOP SPONSORED BY U.S. MARINE CORPS
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2019-2020 Command Staff named
The command staff for this year is; Lt. Joseph Sauers, Patrol Section Commander;
Lt. Daniel Dimmitt, Staff Section Commander.
This year's senior leadership staff is under the direction of Captain Jake Pajalich, Commanding Officer, who leads the 56 member Law Enforcement Program.
Other student leaders include:
Sgt. Bailey Hayes; Sgt. Catherine Shuleski ; Cpl. Sadie Guiterrez; Cpl. Jonathan Mizak; Off. Andrew Koonrad, Training Officer; Off. Brandon Soto, Supply Officer. Also, Lt. Dillon Miller has been chosen as AM Section Commander.
Congratulations and good luck.