The Justice Club
The Justice Club is for students who are thinking about a career in law, as an attorney, or law enforcement as a police officer, sheriff’s deputy, or FBI agent, or just interested in learning about our legal systems.
The Justice Club provides students an opportunity to learn about police procedures and equipment, as well as the legal and court systems. Members of the club will gain practical knowledge and life skills by exploring concepts related to our Constitution and our legal systems. Focus areas include; the Bill of Rights, criminal justice professions, communication skills, interpreting criminal and civil laws, use of force, emergency response, traffic control, vehicle stops, crime prevention, patrol operations, community policing, criminal investigations, search and seizure, arrest and court procedures, corrections, the juvenile justice system, crime scene investigation, and crime prevention.
There will be field trips, guest speakers, and fun activities. Ask your social studies or civics teacher for more information!
There is a $25 dues for members and participation is limited to 36 students.
Meetings are usually on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month (after school) and Fieldtrips are scheduled to be conducted on a Friday.