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Officers give advice on career choices during conference

Apr 13, 2018 By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer

Central Wyoming College's Criminal Justice Club hosted a day-long conference Wednesday, when police and prison leaders came to campus to teach students -- ...


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Tim Feathers of the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police was the keynote speaker during a conference the Central Wyoming College Criminal Justice Club hosted Wednesday in Riverton. Photos by Dan Bendtsen

Tim Feathers of the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police was the keynote speaker during a conference the Central Wyoming College Criminal Justice Club hosted Wednesday in Riverton. Photos by Dan Bendtsen


Tim Feathers of the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police was the keynote speaker during a conference the Central Wyoming College Criminal Justice Club hosted Wednesday in Riverton. Photos by Dan Bendtsen

Tim Feathers of the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police was the keynote speaker during a conference the Central Wyoming College Criminal Justice Club hosted Wednesday in Riverton. Photos by Dan Bendtsen

Bureau of Indian Affairs special agent in charge Doug Noseep, CWC tribal education coordinator Ivan Posey, BIA Lt. Robert Daniel Ashcroft, Riverton Police Department Capt. Todd Byerly and parole agent Jeanette Arbogast all participated in a panel discussion about jurisdictional issues on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Bureau of Indian Affairs special agent in charge Doug Noseep, CWC tribal education coordinator Ivan Posey, BIA Lt. Robert Daniel Ashcroft, Riverton Police Department Capt. Todd Byerly and parole agent Jeanette Arbogast all participated in a panel discussion about jurisdictional issues on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Photo by Dan Bendtsen


Bureau of Indian Affairs special agent in charge Doug Noseep, CWC tribal education coordinator Ivan Posey, BIA Lt. Robert Daniel Ashcroft, Riverton Police Department Capt. Todd Byerly and parole agent Jeanette Arbogast all participated in a panel discussion about jurisdictional issues on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Bureau of Indian Affairs special agent in charge Doug Noseep, CWC tribal education coordinator Ivan Posey, BIA Lt. Robert Daniel Ashcroft, Riverton Police Department Capt. Todd Byerly and parole agent Jeanette Arbogast all participated in a panel discussion about jurisdictional issues on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

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