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After much planning and collaboration, Front Range Community College will open a Law Enforcement Academy in January. This academy gives northern Colorado law-enforcement agencies and individuals wanting a law-enforcement career an opti…
For some Front Range Community College students, the answer to the “How I Spent My Summer Vacation” question would be, “I was involved in research, and it was fun!” Not only fu…