2017-07-13 / News

Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office Youth Academy



DRILL AND PT Deputy Joe Quintana (front) leads the Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office Youth Academy cadets in a “drill and PT” session on the lawn of the CRAF Center as part of the cadets’ training. (Courtesy photo) DRILL AND PT Deputy Joe Quintana (front) leads the Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office Youth Academy cadets in a “drill and PT” session on the lawn of the CRAF Center as part of the cadets’ training. (Courtesy photo)

GATHERING EVIDENCE Cadets (from left) Logan LaRange and Kamaron Leach dust for shoe prints as part of their Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office Youth Academy training. The RCSO Youth Academy was held for eight days, from June 19-22 and June 26-29 with graduation taking place June 29 at Wallace Park. The cadets were mentored by several officers from the RCSO and other law enforcement and emergency personnel throughout Roscommon County. The cadets spent time learning about marine patrol and diving, work­ing with the Michigan State Police Bomb Squad, learning about firefighting with the Gerrish Township Fire Department, gather­ing evidence and how to present it in court with the Roscommon County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and Judge Robert Bennett. (Courtesy photo) GATHERING EVIDENCE Cadets (from left) Logan LaRange and Kamaron Leach dust for shoe prints as part of their Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office Youth Academy training. The RCSO Youth Academy was held for eight days, from June 19-22 and June 26-29 with graduation taking place June 29 at Wallace Park. The cadets were mentored by several officers from the RCSO and other law enforcement and emergency personnel throughout Roscommon County. The cadets spent time learning about marine patrol and diving, work­ing with the Michigan State Police Bomb Squad, learning about firefighting with the Gerrish Township Fire Department, gather­ing evidence and how to present it in court with the Roscommon County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and Judge Robert Bennett. (Courtesy photo)

GOING OVER THE FACTS Community Police Officer Deputy Jonah Schutte reviews a mock breaking and entering case with the cadets of the Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office Youth Academy during a classroom work session at the CRAF Center. The cadets were working together to present facts, information and evidence for a mock hearing with Judge RobertBennett. (Photo by Krista Tacey-Cater) GOING OVER THE FACTS Community Police Officer Deputy Jonah Schutte reviews a mock breaking and entering case with the cadets of the Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office Youth Academy during a classroom work session at the CRAF Center. The cadets were working together to present facts, information and evidence for a mock hearing with Judge RobertBennett. (Photo by Krista Tacey-Cater)

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