Students from Shelbina, Clarence and Shelbyville were two of 29 Troop B area high school students, representing 17 high schools, who completed the 2013 Troop B Missouri State Highway Patrol Student Alliance Program.

Students from Shelbina, Clarence and Shelbyville were two of 29 Troop B area high school students, representing 17 high schools, who completed the 2013 Troop B Missouri State Highway Patrol Student Alliance Program.
Areas students were: Robert Allee, Shelbina; Tyler Fuller, Clarence; and David Heathman, Shelbyville.
The program was conducted at the Troop B Headquarters in Macon on March 16 and March 23. During the two-day program, students were familiarized with many duties performed by a Missouri state trooper, and participated in hands-on activities such as firing a Glock pistol, stop and approach, and crime scene investigations. The students also observed a canine demonstration. The program, which targeted juniors and seniors in high school, was conducted to provide an opportunity for interested individuals to learn more about law enforcement and the MSHP.