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Uploaded on Apr 15, 2011

WRIGHT STATE LAKE CAMPUS CHANGING LIVES:

"I have wanted to be a police officer for as long as I can remember. When I was four years old, I would run around the house playing cops and robbers. It has always been my calling. Having the degrees available here—so close to home—is helping to make that a reality. I currently have my law enforcement technical study degree and am working on another associate degree and a bachelor's in criminal justice. My law enforcement professor even suggested that I go into the FBI. I'm keeping my options open and am looking forward to it."
—Tyler Pottkotter
'10 A.T.S. Law Enforcement
Criminal Justice and Sociology major

For more information, please visit: http://www.wright.edu/changinglives

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