Next generation of police officers graduate from academy
EUREKA- Twenty-two cadets graduated from the College of the Redwoods Police Academy today after completing 6 months of emergency response training. The graduates were the 113th class to graduate from the Academy.
“It's exciting because they're beginning to embark on a career in law enforcement,” said Basic Academy Coordinator Rick Grimm. “They've had just the basic training and now they will begin in a field-training program where they will learn the finer points of police work and then go on to what could be a twenty to thirty year career.”
Three cadets were pinned by their new agencies at the ceremony.
Several of the graduates also received special awards today in categories of: physical fitness, defensive tactics, firearms, scholastics, community service and defensive driving.
The Academy graduates include: Terry Ater, Chanler Brianne Bronson, Angel Cabrera-Guevara, Ernesto B. Chavez, Daniel Lee Cunningham, Scott P. Ducasse, Jonathon Lyle Eckert, Ryan Noel Gangl, Beau Tomas Gastineau, Joseph Ward Hutton, Teri Anna Ivey, Derek Louis Kennemore, Pranay Ramesh Manghirmalani, Carlos Mendoza, Alex Pearson, Chase Rocha, Sergio Enrique Rodriquez, Frank Anthony Sanchez, Timothy George Sanderson, Mike Springer, Jason C. Sullivan, Deven L. Triplett.
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