Criminal justice club fares well in competition

The Criminal Justice SkillsUSA Club at Lebanon High School competed in the Middle Tennessee Criminal Justice Competition in Spring Hill in November.
Dec 10, 2013
(Submitted to The Democrat) Alex Tardelli (left) and Jovan McCathern win the police domestic response competition at the Middle Tennessee Criminal Justice Competition in Spring Hill.
(Submitted to The Democrat) Pictured (back row, from left) are members of the Lebanon High School Criminal Justice Skills USA Club, Konner Maynard, Jovan McCathern, Alex Tardelli, Sam Moore, Dustin Garner, Mark Will, Jairo Morales, (front row, from left) Faith Driver, Zackaryiah Woods, Christina Anderson and Victoria Frick.

The Criminal Justice SkillsUSA Club at Lebanon High School competed in the Middle Tennessee Criminal Justice Competition in Spring Hill in November.  

Students competed against schools from Rutherford and Williamson counties in crime scene investigation, fingerprint detection, police response and criminal justice trivia.  

Lebanon’s club placed sixth overall with one team, Alex Tardelli and Jovan McCathern winning police domestic response. Students will compete next in the Regional SkillsUSA competition in March.

Log in or sign up to post comments.