Career Forum Held at Suffield High School

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At a recent career forum in the high school library, Attorney Jay Presser discusses the legal profession as Detective Krauss of the Connecticut State Police waits her turn to speak.

Suffield Police joined the Honorable Judge Jason Lobo, presiding juvenile judge at New Britain Superior Court, Attorney Jay Presser, a private attorney, and staff of the Connecticut State Police in a criminal justice and legal career forum held on January 29 for students at Suffield High School.

Through a panel discussion as well as a lengthy question and answer session, the 20 students in attendance were exposed to various career fields and provided with several strategies to help prepare for these professions.

And yes, Suffield High School School Resource Officer Kieselback provided donuts to the student participants (no stereotyping,  please).

Hopefully our communities will see some of these Suffield young women and men protecting and serving in State Police grey or Suffield blue in the years to come!

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