Captain Shreve Team Places Second in Forensic Competition
CSI comes to Natchitoches. For the past week, students from six area high schools have been living on the campus of Northwestern State University. They’ve been learning how to solve crimes the “cyber” way while, at the same time, enhancing their learning experience and making new friends. There was also plenty of competition at the Cyber Forensics Camp and, when it was all over, the West Monroe High School team emerged as the overall winner with the Captain Shreve team right behind in second place. The West Monroe team took home a check for $1250 while the Captain Shreve team brought back $750. The camp is sponsored each summer by the National Integrated Cyber Education Research Center which is an arm of the Cyber Innovation Center in Bossier City. It provides students with project-driven activities and discussions about internet safety, cyber security, and cyber law.