Sheriff Huff and Lt. Creech are regular speakers at TVCC’s Introduction to Criminal Justice Class. They talk about our career paths and why we decided to get into law enforcement. They talk about the benefits to law enforcement and how students can prepare for a career in law enforcement.
Lt. Creech and Lt. Bullington speak to the Government Classes at Fruitland High School and Payette High School. This is a fun opportunity to share with our high school students. They talk about the Constitution and the laws that govern our communities. This is an interactive presentation that allows the students to ask any questions that they have. Lt. Creech and Lt. Bullington are known for answering every students’ questions in a way that they understand how the law applies to them. They always tell the students to start the question with, “I have a friend who…” The point of the discussion is not to give opportunities to write citations to the students. They enjoy helping the students understand the laws that govern them.
Sheriff Huff, Lt. Creech, Dispatcher Netcher and Coroner Schuller talk to the Fruitland High School health classes each year about safe driving. Dispatcher Netcher and her daughter talk about the death of their son/brother Nicholas Langdon. Langdon passed away as a result of a tragic vehicle collision. This vehicle collision occurred when 4 young adults went out cruising around. The driver lost control of the vehicle and it rolled over. All occupants were wearing their seatbelts. Langdon was the only one to lose his life in the collision. This talk often turns to making smart decisions while operating a motor vehicle and speaking up if they are with someone who is making poor choices.
Dispatcher Netcher is known for her work at the New Plymouth Elementary School. The school relies on Netcher to work with elementary students as they are learning to read. Community members like Netcher are greatly appreciated by the school district.
Lt. Creech speaks to community groups like the Kiwanis, Lions Club, and Chamber of Commerce about issues that are important to our community. He loves the opportunity to share what the Payette County Sheriff’s Office is doing to help make our community safer.
Lt. Stromberg coaches a competitive softball team. He grew up playing baseball and continues to share that passion with the youth in the Payette area. He has a vast knowledge on the game of softball and enjoys coaching the team.
Lt. Carter teaches Hunters Education in New Plymouth. Lt. Carter has had a passion for guns, gun safety and hunting. Hunting and shooting are something that Lt. Carter’s family enjoys doing. Lt. Carter finds teaching Hunters Education as a way to share his knowledge and experiences with these young hunters who are looking for advice in how to be a safe hunter.
Sheriff Huff, Lt. Creech, Lt. Stromberg and Detective Jones have all been adjunct instructors at TVCC. They have taught courses for various criminal justice classes. We value education and sharing our knowledge with college students. They participate in the criminal justice program to help students succeed in the field of criminal justice.
Lt. Creech has been meeting with Mrs. Godby’s Criminal Justice Class at the New Plymouth High School during the 2019 – 2020 school year. Lt. Creech meets with them on most Thursdays to help answer their questions and add information to the material that they are learning in their class.
A candidate that believes in partnership with citizens to make our communities safer.