If you’ve thought about working in law enforcement, as a corrections officer, or as a victim’s advocate, you may want to attend an Oct. 30 panel discussion at the University of Colorado at Denver School of Public Affairs.

The panel, titled, “A Day in the Life of the Criminal Justice System,” will include four members of the criminal justice system, who will discuss their work and and offer a glimpse into their lives.

How did they enter the field? What professional and personal challenges flow from their jobs?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work in law enforcement? As a corrections officer? As a victim advocate?

Panelists include a law enforcement officer, a criminal defense attorney, a former corrections employee and a victim services advocate.

They are:
• Amanda Cruz, Crime Prevention Specialist and Deputy Sheriff, Arapahoe County
• Renee Grengs, Victim Advocate, Arapahoe County
• Jill M. Jackson, Criminal Defense Attorney
• Sergeant Dennis Lobato, Greeley Police Department

The moderator is Hailey Davis, President, Alpha Phi Sigma, CU Denver School of Public Affairs.

The free event begins on Tues., Oct. 30, at 5:00 p.m. with a reception, followed by the program from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Terrace Room (2nd floor), 1380 Lawrence Street in Denver.

Attendees need to register here in advance: