Police Officer Daniel Tétrault, a 2001 WIC Alumnus, talked to Mr. Fequet’s Secondary 5 law class students on Friday, October 18, about his role as crime scene officer with the Ottawa Police Service. Students learned first-hand about real life in law enforcement and the types of things officers deal with daily. Looking for fingerprints, feeling what’s it’s like to be handcuffed and learning about breathalyzer tests. It was an engaging talk by police officer Tétrault and the personal knowledge he shared was very much appreciated by all. Thank you to Mrs. Richter for keeping in contact with our alumni so we can offer these great first-hand experiences!