LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION CENTER RECEIVES DESIGN AWARD
BROOKLYN PARK, MN. – The Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Education Center (LECJEC) on the Brooklyn Park campus of Hennepin Technical College has won the 2011 International Interior Design Award Northland Chapter FAB (Fresh, Artistic, Brilliant) award for the government/institutional category.
The 67,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility, which opened in August 2010, is a regional resource for professional education and training, applied research and community partnership. The building, designed by BKV Group in Minneapolis, incorporates specialized, state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories, and high technology training and simulation facilities for law enforcement skills.
About the Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Education Center
Through a partnership between Metropolitan State University and Hennepin Technical College, the center offers collaborative programming for law enforcement, criminal justice, fire and first responder programs. Together, these partners reach the majority of students attending college in Minnesota in these fields of public safety and security.
For information about the LECJEC, contact Debora Hansson.
About Hennepin Technical College
Hennepin Technical College is Minnesota’s largest technical college, serving more than 10,000 students at campuses in Brooklyn Park and Eden Prairie. HTC offers more than 45 programs of study, leading to certificates, diplomas, an
Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) degree. The college offers many evening, weekend, and online courses. In addition, cutting-edge continuing education is available through HTC’s Customized Training Services. To learn more, visit www.hennepintech.edu or call (952) 995-1300.
HTC is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system comprised of 32 universities and community and technical colleges serving the higher education needs of Minnesota. The system serves about 260,000 students per year in credit-based courses and an additional 164,000 students in non-credit courses.
Last updated by jlaabs : 2016-07-13 13:01:54