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Duluth Chief of Police Gordon Ramsay is featured speaker (today) Friday for Legal Studies Senior Year Experience

When: Dec 13, 2013 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
CITY OF DULUTH CHIEF OF POLICE GORDON RAMSAY IS FEATURED SPEAKER AT LSTU SENIOR EXPERIENCE
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Duluth Chief of Police Gordon Ramsay is featured speaker (today) Friday for Legal Studies Senior Year Experience

CITY OF DULUTH CHIEF OF POLICE GORDON RAMSAY IS FEATURED SPEAKER AT LSTU SENIOR EXPERIENCE

City of Duluth Police Chief Gordon Ramsay will be the guest speaker at the Legal Studies Senior Experience event on December 13, 2013 from noon-1:00 p.m. in Swenson 3004. Ramsay will be speaking with eight graduating seniors who will then share their senior experience with the audience. The seniors include Josh Hutchins, Patrick Bittinger, Scott Serre, Jennifer Larson, Pam Hicks, Sarah Rautio, Rachel Zubiate and Katlyn Shipley.

 

Dr. Maria Cuzzo of Legal Studies coordinates the event along with LSTU/CJUS faculty members Dr. Gary Keveles, Dr. Christopher O’Connor and Dr. George Wright.

 

All majors in Legal Studies and Criminal Justice are invited to attend to hear Chief Ramsay’s comments and see their fellow students present. Complimentary lunch will be provided courtesy of the Pre-Law Society. RSVP prior to December 6 to mcuzzo@uwsuper.edu to reserve your spot.

Gordon Ramsay was appointed Duluth Police Chief by Mayor Herb Bergson in 2006. Chief Ramsay grew up in Duluth and attended Duluth public schools. He graduated from Duluth East High School and is a proud supporter of East athletics. Chief Ramsay began his police career in Wisconsin at the age of 20 and worked there for several years before returning to Duluth. During his career he has held assignments as a patrol officer, school resource officer, investigator, patrol sergeant, field training supervisor, community policing supervisor, training unit supervisor, patrol lieutenant and area commander prior to being promoted to Chief. His extensive community involvement and dedication to community policing played a major role in his appointment. He lives in Duluth with his family. Chief Ramsay currently manages police and parking operations with a budget of $23 million and a staff of almost 200 employees.

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