Members of Hopkinsville Community College’s Pi Gamma Epsilon chapter recently returned victorious from the organization’s 75th National Conference.
The theme of this year’s conference was Officer Survival: Staying Safe on the Street and was held in Cincinnati.
The competition was reportedly broken down into several divisions and students competed in five different competitions including crime scene investigations and firearms.
For the first time in the history of the local community college, two trophies were awarded to HCC.
Latoyer Brewer took 3rd place in women’s physical agility in the 26 to 38 year old category.
John Suiter, Ryan Langhi and Clayton Olive took second place in the crime scene processing competition, which had 100 teams involved.
HCC Criminal Justice Program Coordinator Greg Bridgeman stated these wins put Hopkinsville Community College on the national map with national bragging rights.