Law enforcement visits Twin Falls high school to teach about their career

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TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) - Law enforcement visited students at Magic Valley High School in Twin Falls to talk about what their job is really like.

Twin Falls Police, a crime scene crew, CSI Law Enforcement along with a few other organizations were all in attendance as they taught students about their jobs.

Students learned what each job does and how officers got into their career path.

Senior Ceylah Reed said she wanted to be a police officer at first, but after learning more, she decided to change her path.

"Now that I know a little bit more about the different parts, I kind of want to be on the K-9 unit," she said.

Annie Peterson, the college career advisor at the school, said it's a good way for students to see the various careers in the field.

"It's just a good way to expose the students and staff to various duties and responsibility that the police force has," Peterson said.

This was the first year the event took place, and students seemed to enjoy it.

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