by Jessica Cervantez
They are out there protecting our streets, they are our law enforcement, and you will see more and more young adults are getting into the profession.
24-year-old Mark Anderson, of Corrigan, began his first day of police training. Already, he has been filled with a wealth of information.
He says in his police academy, out of the 19 members, most were between the 20 and 24-age range. Anderson says he has wanted to become a police officer for awhile now.
Anderson said, "I've always wanted to be an officer, but when I was younger my step-mother died in a car wreck, and I don't want other people to go through what I went through."