Welcome to the official Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Club Orgsync page of Metropolitan State University, Check back soon for updates on upcoming meetings for the new 2015-2016 school year!
We are an organization with the dedication to promote issue and topics relating to law enforcement and criminal justice as well as enhancing the ability of our members to connect with persons in the field, networking with colleagues and hosting great events to build pertinent skills.
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Groups must have four (4) officers who are degree-seeking students and who have paid the activity fee. By submitting this form you certify that the above information is true and correct, and further, that the constitution and/or operational rules of this organization are in accordance the policies and regulations regarding student groups. You further authorize Metropolitan State to release the contact information not listed as private to those requesting information about this organization.
For purposes of this form we list the four officers as: President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. We understand that your organization Bylaws/Rules will use the actual titles for your organization.
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