Northview Criminal Justice Program Tours Escambia County Sheriff’s Office

February 24, 2020

Students from the Northview High School Criminal Justice Program recently visited the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.

After an introduction from Sheriff David Morgan and Chief Deputy Chip Simmons, the students visited the crime scene division, dispatch and ended their tour with a demonstration from the Escambia County Mounted Posse.

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One Response to “Northview Criminal Justice Program Tours Escambia County Sheriff’s Office”

  1. northend resident on February 24th, 2020 3:55 pm

    I would be very proud knowing that the NHS students represent Law Enforcement Agency’s in various ways as they do in the Military after graduation.

    Good program, glad NHS has this to offer to students now!





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