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Sauk's First-Ever Criminal Justice Fair Set for March 23

March 2011
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More than a dozen law enforcement and criminal justice agencies will participate in Sauk Valley Community College’s first-ever Criminal Justice Career Fair, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 23, in Sauk’s West Mall. There is no charge to attend.

Everyone interested in a career in the law enforcement or criminal justice field is urged to attend.

Representatives from the Dixon, Sterling, Loves Park Police, Rockford, and Rochelle Police Departments, Rock Island County Sheriff’s Department, Illinois State Police, YWCA of the Sauk Valley, Shining Star, Lee County Probation Department, Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice, and the Illinois Office of the Inspector General, will be on hand to talk with participants on job and education requirements, career opportunities and more.

This event is co-sponsored by Sauk’s Office of Career Services and the College’s Criminal Justice Club. For more information on Sauk’s Criminal Justice Career Fair, call Jon Mandrell, assistant professor of criminal justice, at 815/835-6344, or e-mail: