Davis Family Foundation funds major project at Central Maine Community College | #College. | #Students

AUBURN — A gift of $100,000 from the Davis Family Foundation to the Foundation for Maine’s Community Colleges will support the construction of a Criminal Justice Simulation Center at Central Maine Community College (CMCC).

“This simulation center will be a dynamic facility for live scenario training for students in criminal justice, forensic science, and social services,” said Matt Tifft, criminal justice instructor and chair of the public service and social science department at CMCC. The facility will be a ranch-style house with attached garage, briefing room, and movable walls to allow instructors to constantly adapt the environment. This project will help the college ensure that public safety professionals are adequately prepared with curriculum and training that employ effective adult learning practices, and real-skill development.


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