Two new employees have joined the Safety and Security Department at Seminole State College of Florida.
Harry F. Norman is the new Assistant Director of Safety and Security, and Deputy Christian Rojas transferred to Seminole State as the College continues its longtime partnership with the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office.
Assistant Director Norman previously was the Assistant Supervisory Air Marshal in Charge of the Federal Air Marshal Service Miami Field Office. He has an extensive background in law enforcement, having worked with the United States Park Police and the Department of Homeland Security. Norman holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Saint Leo University.
Deputy Rojas joined the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office in 2012. He previously worked with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and served 12 years with the United States Marine Corp.
Seminole State College employs more than 2,000 faculty and staff, and is the third-largest employer in Seminole County. For more information about joining the Seminole State team, visit the Human Resources website.
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