Jocelyn Serrano, a PCC Alumna, and Mariah Felix, a current PCC student, were featured by the San Marino Tribune as two of the "newest guardians" of the city.
Serrano and Felix are two of the three Police Cadets to recently join the San Marino Police Department. Working as cadets, they will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and learn the fundamentals of law enforcement.
Serrano, who just graduated from PCC after studying sociology, psychology, and social behavior, plans to attend Cal State Northridge in the fall and major in Sociology. "I’m interested in how people interact within the community,” Serrano told the San Marino Tribune. “I love the idea of helping people, learning how to protect them, and how to serve the community."
Thanks to the department's flexibility, Felix is able to work as a Cadet while continuing to take courses at PCC, where she studies Criminal Justice. “This is my fun because law enforcement is so interesting to me,” she told the Tribune. “My goal is to become an officer with the San Marino Police Department". Felix plans to transfer to Cal State Long Beach this fall.
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