Baker College Policing Day offers the opportunity for high school students and Baker College students to explore diverse careers in law enforcement and learn about the desired training and education.

There will be presentations by representatives of approximately 15 city, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies scheduled to attend. Owosso, Flint and Detroit police officers will be on hand, along with officers from the Michigan State Police, Genesee and Shiawassee County Sheriff's Department, and U.S. Department of Homeland Security Border Patrol.

Baker College criminal justice students will also present a crime scene demonstration.

Up to 300 high school students are expected to attend, including students from Lansing Everett, Owosso, Laingsburg and Perry.

High school students can still register through Wednesday, April 26.To register or for more information, contact Julie Ramirez at 989.729.3350 or julie.ramirez@baker.edu.

Baker College Policing Day will take place on Friday, April 28th, from 9:30am to 2pm, at the Welcome Center at Baker College's Owosso campus, 1309 S. M-52 in Owosso.

Organizers hope to provide an opportunity for students to get information about starting their careers in criminal justice. This event also helps law enforcement agencies connect with prospective employees.

Baker College offers criminal justice associate degrees at its nine main campuses throughout Michigan and bachelor’s degrees at eight main campuses and online. An associate degree that includes completion of a law enforcement training academy program is offered at Baker College’s Cadillac, Clinton Township, Flint and Owosso campuses.

Baker College selected its campus in Owosso for this event because its central location is convenient for students across the state.