Driver's Training

Photos by Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald
Students in Dubois County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Officer John Anderson’s criminal justice class at Forest Park High School visited the Huntingburg Airport on Thursday morning to learn about emergency vehicle operation. Law enforcement officers from multiple agencies completed their annual training on two courses. Forest Park High School junior Jazzmine Huff laughed as she flung around in the back seat of Huntingburg Police Department Lt. Tim Mullen’s patrol car during a driving course that focused on braking and backing up. She assured Mullen that she would not get car sick from the driving because she loves roller coasters. Jazzmine took the criminal justice course because she plans on that being her major in college with the hopes of becoming an FBI behavioral profiler.

 

Jasper Police Department Lt. Jeremy Lee, right, told the students about the importance of skilled driving after they each had the chance to ride along with officers on the driving courses.

 

A Jasper Police Department officer, accompanied by an emergency vehicle operation instructor, completed a driving course that focused on braking and backing up.

 

Forest Park High School juniors Hannah Speedy and Kaiyah Wilhite watched officers complete a driving course.



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