Tenn. school's academy prepares students for criminal-justice careers

More than 60 freshman at West Creek High School in Clarksville, Tenn., are enrolled in the school's Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Academy. Members of the local police department's SWAT team recently visited the students, many of whom want to embark on careers in law enforcement and criminal justice. Students recently studied "how laws guide citizenship," surveyed the public, took positions on laws and examined what society would be like without laws, said criminal justice instructor James Moore.

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