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MHS Criminal Justice Program Completers in the Work Force
Melbourne High School
Posted On: Thursday, October 19, 2017

 

 

MHS Criminal Justice Program Completers in the Work Force

Deputy Matt Churchwell

 

These Melbourne School District alumni have completed a 172 hour vocational study and are now in the workforce.

 

Dwight Gillihan

MHS Criminal Justice Completer 2011

Has attended college at Southern Arkansas University

3 years have been employed with the Arkansas Department of Corrections/North Central Unit as a Corrections Officer

Rank Corporal

 

 

Richard Cohoon

 MHS Criminal Justice Completer 2012

5 years have been employed with the Arkansas Department of Corrections/North Central Unit as a Corrections Officer

Rank Sergeant

 

 

Ian Ward

MHS Criminal Justice Completer 2012

3 years have been employed with the Arkansas Department of Corrections/North Central Unit as a Corrections Officer

Rank Sergeant

 

 

David Dykes

MHS Criminal Justice Completer 2013

Enlisted in the Arkansas National Guard Unit after High School

2018 became employed with the Arkansas Department of Corrections/North Central Unit as a Corrections Officer

 

 

Jake Foy

MHS Criminal Justice Completer 2013

Graduated High School to attend college at Central Arkansas University, where he is in his Senior year

Major Criminology

He has worked for UCA campus security and the Faulkner County Sheriff’s as a Corrections Officer

Jake intends on seeking employment with the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department in Kentucky

 

 

 

Caeden Wolfe

MHS Criminal Justice Completer 2018

Has worked as a Corrections Officer for the Izard County Sheriff’s Department

Is currently attending Harding University to further his study in the Criminal Justice Field

 

“I have been very pleased with the student interest in the Criminal Justice Program at Melbourne High School! I would say it has been successful especially considering the numbers of alumni in that are in the workforce for a rural area. I would like to say thank you to the Izard County Sheriff’s Department and the Arkansas Department of Corrections North Central Unit for collaborating with Melbourne High School to make this program a success. I don’t want to forget to thank the parents and the community as well, without your support we wouldn’t have the opportunities to serve the students of Melbourne School District. ” Deputy SRO Matthew Churchwell