FUTURE LEADER IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE/FORENSICS SCHOLARSHIP AWARD, IN MEMORY OF OFFICER MICHAEL OSORNIO
Pursue an Education in Criminal Justice/Forensics
The various members of the American Criminal Justice System are truly our nation’s frontline leaders. Whether it is a police officer, an emergency communications operator, an investigator, any of the members of the court, or the various forensic experts, the men and women who devote their lives to the mission, cause, and profession of the administration of criminal justice place themselves in a critical gap.
Serving in this area of public service is particularly and increasingly difficult. Young men and women who want a career in the area of criminal justice administration should do so knowing that much is expected and with technology and social needs evolving there is an increasing emphasis on new training and more education.
The La Habra Police Memorial Foundation, Inc. is glad to support tomorrow’s frontline leaders emerging from our community.
The Osornio Scholarship was established in May of 2011. One graduating senior student from La Habra High School/North Orange County ROP Legal and Law Program is awarded a $500 scholarship. The goal of this scholarship is to ease the financial burden for students who are entering higher education.
SERGEANT R. VERNON MANGELS "EDUCATION FIRST" SCHOLARSHIP
Change Starts Here
Retired Sergeant R. Vernon Mangels, and the La Habra Police Memorial Foundation, Inc., are proud to support tomorrow’s leaders emerging from our community.
Since June of 2014, a $1,000 scholarship has been awarded to graduating seniors from La Habra High School, Sonora High School, and Whittier Christian High School.
The goal of this scholarship is to ease the financial burden for students who are entering higher education.
Following the application process, qualified candidates will be asked to participate in an oral interview prior to the selection of the scholarship recipients.