Falcon Law Students to Attend State Conference

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD

Ten Los Fresnos High School students have qualified to compete at the Texas Public Service Association state conference March 28-29 at the Brazos County Expo Complex in Bryan.

The mission of the Texas Public Service Association is to promote law, public safety, corrections, and security. Students gain knowledge, skills, leadership, and student growth through real world career preparation, experience, training and competitive opportunities.

Students will be competing in one or more of the events include Daniel Banuelos, Aaliya Cruz, Stephany Errisuriz, Jacob Garcia, Britney Garza, Robert Heredia, Brianna Larrasquitu, David Maya, Desyree Salas and Sarah Silva.

The competitive events and focus areas of TPSA include:

  • Corrections: Cell Extraction, Correctional Institute Design and Inmate Processing
  • Courts: Closing Argument, Criminal Case Analysis, Opening Statement, and Qualifying an Expert Witness
  • Fire: Agility Course Individual, Agility Course Team, Bunker Gear Race, First Responder and Search and Rescue
  • Forensic Science: Blood Spatter Analysis, Crime Scene Investigation, Fingerprint Correction and Analysis; and Hair and Fiber Analysis
  • General: Job Interview, Marketing Portfolio and Scholarship
  • Law enforcement: 911 Call Taking, Agility Course, Building Search, Crash Investigation, Disturbance Call, Felony Traffic Stop, Foot Pursuit, Report Writing, Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) and Traffic Stop.

The awards ceremony will be held at 3:30 p.m. on the final day of the conference.

Sponsors are Sherrill Quintero and Tessah Zepeda

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