Sedgwick County and the city of Wichita unanimously approved a letter of intent Tuesday mornning to build a law enforcement training center at Wichita State University’s Innovation Campus. This is an artist’s illustration that shows the planned look of the new law enforcement training center.
Sedgwick County and the city of Wichita unanimously approved a letter of intent Tuesday mornning to build a law enforcement training center at Wichita State University’s Innovation Campus. This is an artist’s illustration that shows the planned look of the new law enforcement training center. Courtesy of Wichita State University File photo
Sedgwick County and the city of Wichita unanimously approved a letter of intent Tuesday mornning to build a law enforcement training center at Wichita State University’s Innovation Campus. This is an artist’s illustration that shows the planned look of the new law enforcement training center. Courtesy of Wichita State University File photo

Sedgwick County, Wichita agree to build law enforcement training center at WSU

May 17, 2016 9:05 AM

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