Lexington officials featured in upcoming WFU online course

Kenneth Palmer
Sgt. James Furlough of the Lexington Police Department talks about police procedures during the filming of a precollege criminal justice online course by Wake Forest University.

Members of the Lexington Police Office and Davidson County District Attorney’s Office are lending their expertise in a project by Wake Forest College School of Regulation for an online class in felony justice for high faculty pupils.

Eileen Prescott teaches prosecutor regulation at Wake Forest College and is challenge director at the Wake Forest University of Legislation Accountability Prosecutor Undertaking. She reported the concept for the precollege legal law class was centered on equivalent experiences learners had in the course of summer time immersion programs supplied at Wake Forest College. The thought was to acquire some of the programs she taught in the summer time and make it readily available on the net.

“A lot of large universities do not have a legal justice course, so students that are fascinated in that can get a flavor of what that education and learning may well seem like,” stated Prescott.

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