Read about the pride Joy feels as a graduate of Ferris and about strides that women have and will continue to make in law enforcement.
Joy Paquette, the product of a quality School of Criminal Justice education, is proud to be employed as a police officer at her alma mater.For the full Faces of Ferris entry, visit here.
Paquette, who has been employed at Ferris since 1998, earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Ferris in Criminal Justice and her master's from Ferris in Criminal Justice Administration. Additionally, she is trained as a fire fighter, a first responder and has been employed as a part-time fire fighter for the City of Big Rapids. Paquette's credentials, along with her loyalty to Ferris and commitment to the community, are impeccable and proof that a Ferris education can set the stage for a successful career even in a field where women tend to be dramatically outnumbered by men.