Law Enforcement Club wins top award for 3rd year

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The Lopes Law Enforcement Club earned top honors for the third year in Region 1.

GCU News Bureau

The Lopes Law Enforcement Club won the top award for the third straight year in the American Criminal Justice Association’s recent Region 1 conference in Reno, Nev.

Chance Wnuck took the overall top academic award, winning first place in criminal law, corrections and police management in the Upper Collegiate category.

The GCU winners:

ACADEMIC AWARDS

Upper Collegiate

Chance Wnuck: 1st in criminal law, corrections and police management

Lorena Jaime Hernandez: 2nd in juvenile law

Antonio Rodriguez: 2nd in LAE knowledge

Savorina Sizer: 3rd in corrections and criminal law

Lower Collegiate

Noah Miller: 1st in juvenile law

Josiah Tapia: 1st in corrections, 3rd in criminal law

Zach Heidel: 1st in criminal law, 2nd in police management, 3rd in juvenile law

Noah Miller: 2nd in criminal law, 3rd in police management

CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION

Upper Collegiate Team #1:  1st place — Wnuck, Sizer, Hernandez

Upper Collegiate Team #2: 3rd place — Izabelle Welham, Antonio Rodriguez, Ashlee Najar

Lower Collegiate Team #1: 3rd place — Miller, Tapia, Alline Batts

PHYSICAL AGILITY

Female 18-26: 2nd place, Hernandez; 3rd place, Grace Wallace

FIREARMS

Upper Collegiate: 1st place, Sean Yost; 3rd place, Wnuck. Lower Collegiate: 1st place, Heidel; 2nd place, Noah Miller


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