PAC Works to Improve Student Success in the Criminal Justice Field After Graduation

On June 18, a Program Advisory Committee meeting was held at Globe University-La Crosse between several notable members of the community. In attendance were representatives from the Bangor, La Crosse, Onalaska, and West Salem police departments, the La Crosse County sheriff’s department, the La Crosse County coroner’s office, the Attic Correctional Center, Per Mar Security, the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, Globe University- La Crosse, and the City of Onalaska. One member who attended is also an alumni of Globe University-La Crosse.

The majority of the meeting was devoted to discussing the program’s objectives and to determine if Globe University’s La Crosse campus is properly preparing its students for entering the criminal justice field upon graduation. The group found two places where they felt they could help students make improvements: interview and writing skills.

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