Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center students tour courthouse

SCCTC student Abelardo Lopez tries on some safety equipment with the help of Adult Probation Officer Jeff Shoemaker. - Submitted photos
Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center students visit the Susquehanna County Courthouse. From left, are Criminal Justice/Police Science Instructor David Elliott, Anthony Carpenter, Noah Johnson, Aaron Balli, Chance Ryce, Steven Krukowski, Abelardo Lopez, Judge Jason Legg, Griffin Payne, Makayla Cole, Mara Redding, Alivia Hughes, Alex Riley, Abigail ODell, Michael Redding and Brendan Hurlburt-Russell. - Submitted photos

SPRINGVILLE —Fourteen criminal justice and police science students from the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center (SCCTC) visited the Susquehanna County Courthouse on Oct. 24. They toured the courthouse and met with several law enforcement officials from the county, who spoke with the students about their jobs and responsibilities.

Students were able to meet with Susquehanna County Sheriff Lance Benedict, District Attorney Robert Klein, Coroner Tony Conarton, Adult Probation Officer Jeff Shoemaker, County President Judge Jason Legg, Chief Detective Steve Stoudt and County Commissioners Allen Hall, Elizabeth Arnold and Marry Ann Warren.

The tour included the courtroom, where the students sat in the jury box and see where court proceedings are held.

SCCTC student Abelardo Lopez tries on some safety equipment with the help of Adult Probation Officer Jeff Shoemaker.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Career-Court-2.jpgSCCTC student Abelardo Lopez tries on some safety equipment with the help of Adult Probation Officer Jeff Shoemaker. Submitted photos

Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center students visit the Susquehanna County Courthouse. From left, are Criminal Justice/Police Science Instructor David Elliott, Anthony Carpenter, Noah Johnson, Aaron Balli, Chance Ryce, Steven Krukowski, Abelardo Lopez, Judge Jason Legg, Griffin Payne, Makayla Cole, Mara Redding, Alivia Hughes, Alex Riley, Abigail ODell, Michael Redding and Brendan Hurlburt-Russell.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Career-Court-1.jpgSusquehanna County Career and Technology Center students visit the Susquehanna County Courthouse. From left, are Criminal Justice/Police Science Instructor David Elliott, Anthony Carpenter, Noah Johnson, Aaron Balli, Chance Ryce, Steven Krukowski, Abelardo Lopez, Judge Jason Legg, Griffin Payne, Makayla Cole, Mara Redding, Alivia Hughes, Alex Riley, Abigail ODell, Michael Redding and Brendan Hurlburt-Russell. Submitted photos