Jenna Voigt — a 2019 Becker High School graduate — was awarded a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice with a Minor in Political Science from St. Cloud State University December 18.
Voigt attended the St. Cloud State PSEO program earning an Associate of Arts Degree in May of 2019. She went on to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice which she completed in 16 months with the highest academic honors.
Voigt has been accepted and admitted into the Masters of Public Administration Program at St. Cloud State University for Spring Semester 2021.
Voigt currently works as a Reserve Officer for the Becker Police Dept. Her dedication to the role has led her to becoming the first Reserve Lieutenant for the Becker Police Dept., a recipient of the “President’s Volunteer Service Award,” and a recipient of the Becker Police Department “Chief’s Award.”
The Becker Police Dept. Volunteer Reserve Officer Unit is comprised of approximately 10 men and women who assist the Police Dept. in numerous activities and functions. Their primary role is to assist officers and the department where needed which may include: traffic control at events such as 5K’s within the city or at Freedom Days, ride-alongs, house checks, training, etc. These volunteers provide vital assistance to the police department and in 2016 donated in excess of 1,000 hours back to the City of Becker.
Jenna was part of the high school golf team at Becker and her parents are Lisa and Ron Voigt.