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New NWF State College Police Department patrolling two campuses
Northwest Florida State College's new Police Department became fully operational on Monday, Feb. 1. The department is responsible for providing law enforcement and security services on the Niceville and Fort Walton Beach campuses. A ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the historic launch of the department.
Shown at the ribbon-cutting are (L-R) Criminal Justice Training Center Coordinator Steve Hough, Interim President Dr. Sasha Jarrell, officer Jo Culberson, officer Robert Williams (back), officer Kimberly Williams (front), Director of Criminal Justice William Looper, officer Sydney Bassett, Board of Trustees Chairman Brian Pennington, Board of Trustees member Michael Flynt, and Criminal Justice Training Center Coordinator Jeff McGill.
The members of the new college Police Department (L-R): Jo Culberson, Kimberly Williams, Steve Hough, William Looper, Jeff McGill, Sydney Bassett, and Robert Williams.