Judge Rachel Bringer-Shepherd Addresses HLGU Students

The HLGU Criminal Justice Department hosted an event for students featuring the Tenth Judicial Circuit’s Presiding Judge, the Honorable Rachel Bringer-Shepherd, last week. Judge Bringer-Shepherd spoke to the criminal justice majors on the importance of an independent judiciary in a free society. She also addressed local issues and challenges for the tenth circuit court, most …

HLGU Students Help HPD with Children’s Halloween Party

On Tuesday, October 31, HLGU Criminal Justice students volunteered to assist the Hannibal Police Department with their 37th annual Children’s Halloween Party at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center. The students assisted by directing several of the various booths at the party including a ring-toss, a Halloween-themed maze, bowling, and a “ghost-tossing” attraction. The HLGU students enjoyed …

MILO Firearms Training for HLGU Criminal Justice Students

Hannibal-LaGrange University’s Criminal Justice program is sponsoring a MILO (Multiple Interactive Learning/Training Objectives) firearms training simulator on Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 1 pm in Room 157 of the Carroll Science Center. The simulator allows law enforcement officers to prepare for different life-like scenarios without the real-life consequences as they experience simulated traffic stops, active …

DIRECTOR OF MISSOURI DEPT. OF PUBLIC SAFETY SPEAKS AT HLGU

The Hannibal-LaGrange University Criminal Justice department hosted Missouri Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Mr. Drew Juden as keynote speaker at an informational session for criminal justice students on Thursday, April 20. Mr. Juden was named director of the DPS by Gov. Eric Greitens on Jan. 2, 2017. While on campus, Mr. Juden spoke on …