Menchville’s Criminal Justice Club Recognized by NNPD

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Menchville's first Criminal Justice Club

Kylee Baines, Staff Writer

On Thursday, June 2nd, in an end of year celebration, Menchville’s Criminal Justice club was recognized by the Newport News Police Department and Police Chief Richard W. Myers.  After receiving certificates of completion for their hard work this year, the members enjoyed a breakfast banquet and were given the opportunity to mingle with attending officers and detectives.

“Chatting with the attending officers and detectives was meant to encourage members who want to become police officers and kind of walk them through the steps needed to pursue that ambition,” said Menchville’s Officer James Greenhow.

Anthony Fuscia with Police Chief Myers
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Anthony Fuscia with Police Chief Myers
Alexis Coulthard and Police Chief Myers
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Alexis Coulthard and Police Chief Myers
Mason Emblidge and Police Chief Myers
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Mason Emblidge and Police Chief Myers
Kenya Buckhanon and Police Chief Myers
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Kenya Buckhanon and Police Chief Myers
Ronald Cortez and Police Chief Myers
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Ronald Cortez and Police Chief Myers
Alexis Coulthard
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Alexis Coulthard

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Students mingling with attending officers
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Students mingling with attending officers
Students at breakfast
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Students at breakfast
Menchville's first Criminal Justice Club
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Menchville’s first Criminal Justice Club