Judson ISD

JHS Criminal Justice Students Excel at Competition

Criminal Justice students from Judson High School participated in a competition held on the campus of Southwest Texas Junior College.  The team of 4 students had 20 minutes to process a staged crime scene.  The students had to verbally explain all procedures of processing a crime scene, including tagging evidence, measuring blood stains, and photographing the entire scene. After that, the team had another 20 minutes to draw the crime scene, showing where all evidence was located.  Out of 15 participating teams, the JHS Criminal Justice team came in 2nd!  What's more - it was the first time they competed!  The team consisted of Miranda Garza, Kenneth Jeanis, Tiffany Davis, and Aurora Varela.  Congratulations to the students and their new Criminal Justice teacher, Mr. Jesse Acosta!


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