Rowan Showcases Job Opportunities in Law Enforcement

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Students at Rowan University got the chance to explore all the career possibilities that law enforcement has to offer.

On Wednesday, April 4th, Alpha Phi Sigma, The Law & Justice Honor Society, and Rowan’s Department of Public Safety came together to host a Law and Justice Day event on campus.

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The event welcomed law enforcement officials from agencies throughout the area to give interested students a chance to see the different types of job options that are available in the field.

"Law and Justice Day is to give the students here at Rowan a chance to see what opportunities there are out there in law enforcement whether it be through the K-9 field, I'm with the bomb unit, they also have the SWAT team, they have forensics teams, so it kind of gives them an overall idea of what they can go into once they get out into the working world," said Stephen Christinzio, Detective 1 of the New Jersey State Police.

Law and Justice Day gave students a chance to speak with a variety of people currently working in the field and students even got to take part in interactive exhibits.

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