Police Group Supports JCC Public Service Club

Published: February 12, 2015

 publicsafetydonationDonation will help fund student educational trip

The Johnston County chapter of the North Carolina Fraternal Order of Police recently donated $500 to the Public Service Professionals Club at Johnston Community College.

The money will be used to pay for club members to visit the National September 11 Memorial Museum in April when the students tour historic sites in New York City.

"Our club promotes educational trips, and this money was perfect and will allow our students to gain a better understanding of the tragedy and the important role public service professionals played in the historic event," Sullivan said. "We are so grateful for the support of the local chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police."

The Public Service Professionals Club at JCC is comprised of more than 100 students majoring in criminal justice, basic law enforcement training, latent evidence, and fire safety programs. For more information about public service programs at JCC, please contact Cynthia Sullivan at (919) 464-2361.

For more information about opportunities for making a gift investment, please call the Johnston Community College Foundation at (919) 209-2222.

Cut line: Pictured from left are Cynthia Sullivan, club adviser and JCC criminal justice/latent evidence instructor; Yasmin Leal, club president; Ronald Daniels, president of the local chapter of the NC Fraternal Order of Police; and Wayne McLendon, club adviser and criminal justice instructor.