Today, the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office had the honor of hosting members of the South Korean National Police for an informative tour and a question and answer session. The South Korean National Police are participating in a training class hosted by Darren Dake at the Death Investigation Training Academy in Cuba.

Senior Superintendent Park Ki-Tae, whose title is similar to that of the sheriff, provided a gift to Sheriff Layman to honor their visit to the office. Senior Superintendent Park Ki-Tae supervises the Victim Protection Unit, which has nearly 600 employees. He has been with the agency for 31 years.

The visitors were provided with a tour of the facility including the jail, and were also given an opportunity to view the patrol vehicles and equipment.

“We would like to thank Darren Dake for providing us the opportunity to host them. It was an excellent experience and an honor to spend time with them,” said Major Adam Carnal, chief deputy with the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office.

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