EKU College of Law Enforcement

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The EKU College of Law Enforcement Collection is a part of the greater EKU Institutional History Collection. This sub-collection contains more than twenty interviews that cover the formation of the College of Law Enforcement, which would eventually come to be included in the College of Justice and Safety. Interview topics in the collection range from funding and the college's early mission to discussions about the different people who played a role in establishing the curriculum and assessing the resultant outcomes.

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EKU College of Law Enforcement

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In this interview with President Martin and Dr. Rowlett they describes the start of EKU's Law Enforcement Program. They felt it would fit in well with the School of Technology and EKU began creating associate and baccalaureate programs. Those who helped EKU establish the programs were Chief Hale, Chief of Lexington Police Department; Bob Posey,…

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

Chair of Loss Prevention

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

College of Law Enforcement

Senator Ford is at EKU in 1990 to speak to an audience to commemorate the 200th basic class of the Bureau of Training. Before speaking he is interviewed by Dr. Bagby. Senator Ford discusses getting involved in the program and going to Washington through a hearing process. It was approved and the program was able to proceed. Senator Ford detailed…

College of Law Enforcement

Mr. Posey was a Lieutenant in the Kentucky State Police when he taught the first Law Enforcement class of 47 members in the Gibson Building at EKU. In this interview Posey discusses how and why the Law Enforcement program began. He reflected on the problems it faced, which were not many, and the funding it received. Something misunderstood about…
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