EWC Participates in National ACJA Conference
March 27, 2003
(Torrington, WY) Eastern Wyoming College students, along with advisors Glenn Schleve, Chuck Kenyon, and various Goshen County law enforcement officials traveled to Orlando, Florida on March 17-21 for the 66th National Conference of the American Criminal Justice Association. Team members include: Aaron Brownson, Craig Callan, Kasey Comstock, Ryan Comstock, Mike Leach, Billy Lujan, Bryan Martin, Nicole Meyer, Stephanie Olson, Matt Profitt, Danielle Simpson, Jeff Struble, Ann Thomas, and Tom Webster. Goshen County Sheriffs Office Deputies Paul Smith and John Wells, Firearms Instructors, and Wyoming State Trooper Todd Hardesty (club member and past instructor), Torrington Police Department Officer Lacey Hague and club member Amber Boltjes also accompanied the group.
The Beta Upsilon Delta Chapter at Eastern Wyoming College has had many years of success, with this year as no exception as members scored well in the events. Bryan Martin (male division) and Nicole Meyer (female division) both placed 3rd in Physical Agility (25 & under). In Lower Division Firearms (Individual) Kasey Comstock received a 2nd place finish while Chuck Kenyon took 2nd in Pro Division Firearms (Individual). In Pro Division Firearms (Team) Chuck Kenyon, Paul Smith and John Wells placed 2nd and Glenn Schleve, Todd Hardesty, and Lacey Hague took 3rd. In Lower Division Crime Scene Investigation, the team of Kasey Comstock, Matt Rich and Bryan Martin placed 3rd. First place finishes came from Craig Callan, Ryan Comstock and Aaron Brownson in Upper Division Firearms and Matt Rich, Kasey Comstock and Nichole Meyer in Lower Division Firearms.
Kenyon was once again elected to serve as the National President of the American Criminal Justice Association.
For more information on the Beta Upsilon Delta Chapter or the Criminal Justice program at Eastern Wyoming College contact Glenn Schleve at 307-532-8297 or Chuck Kenyon at 307-532-8302.