New Video Explores WCC’s School of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement
Want to become a police officer or work in the criminal justice system? A new video shows how WCC’s School of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement can help you achieve those goals.
In one of the more dramatic scenes, the camera stares down the barrel of a gun on WCC’s firing range. Standing behind the camera to record the scene was “kind of intimidating, to say the least,” said Mike Wilkinson, the multimedia developer in Web Services. “But the students and faculty were disciplined and professional, which made me really comfortable working around this sort of stuff.”
Wilkinson worked with writer Eleanor Shelton of Public Relations and Marketing Services to create the video. They got valuable assistance from the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office and the State of Michigan 14-A District Court. The Honorable J. Cedric Simpson, who presides over the court and appears in the video, is a part-time faculty member at WCC.
The video is part of a series about WCC’s schools. Previous videos in the series spotlighted the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, the School of Music and Performing Arts, and the School of Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management.