Berkeley College Students Explore Career Paths with New Jersey State Police at NJ Regional Operations & Intelligence Center

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, October 4, 2022
Contact: Kelly Depsee
Director, Communications and External Relations
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KME@BerkeleyCollege.edu
BERKELEY COLLEGE STUDENTS EXPLORE CAREER PATHS WITH NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE AT NEW JERSEY REGIONAL OPERATIONS & INTELLIGENCE CENTER

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Photo Caption: Berkeley College students pursuing degrees in Justice Studies, Legal Studies, and Business learned how the New Jersey State Police shares intelligence with its public and private partners during a visit to the New Jersey Regional Operations & Intelligence Center (NJ ROIC) in Ewing, NJ, on September 29, 2022. “The trip taught us a lot,” said Angelena Jimenez of Lyndhurst, NJ, President of the Berkeley College Justice League Club who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies – Criminal Justice. “We learned what fusion centers are and how they work – agencies and local departments come together to protect us.” Jimenez hopes to pursue a career in forensics. The students also visited the New Jersey State Police Museum & Learning Center, which houses vintage uniforms and equipment, as well as evidence from cases such as the Lindbergh kidnapping trial. Pictured above (right), the students hear from Andrew Parker, Detective II, New Jersey State Police.

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