5th Grade Students at Sanders-Clyde Discuss Law Enforcement Careers with Charleston Police Lieutenant
Lt. Middleton spoke with the 5th graders about regarding stand up for what is right and how she got into the law enforcement profession.
Lt. Middleton encouraged students to further their education so that could advance in the law enforcement. She talked about the career prospects and rewards, including average salaries for this profession in our state and nationally.
She covered the following basic ideals:
- Law Enforcement Services workers protect lives and property.
- Law enforcement officers have duties that range from controlling traffic to preventing and investigating crimes.
- They maintain order; enforce laws and ordinances; issue traffic summonses; investigate accidents; present evidence in court; serve legal documents for the court system; and apprehend, arrest, and process prisoners.
Thanks to Lt. Middleton for empowering the next generation to take a leadership role in their future success!