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2014 Law Enforcement Academy Graduates | Print |

 

April 22, 2014
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LEA Graduates PictureA class of 17 students recently graduated from the Jefferson College Law Enforcement Academy program as the class of 2014. The 1000-014 day class also achieved a 100 percent completion pass rate on the POST (Peace Officer Standards and Training) license exam. They are the 16th class since the 2007 program transition to graduate with a 100 percent completion rate.

 

Graduates and their hometowns include: left to right (first row) Tina Clifford, Hillsboro; Natasha Goldsberry, Dittmer; Lacey McLean, De Soto; Kelly Cook, Imperial; (second row) Lt. Paul Ferber, JCLEA Assistant Professor; Joseph Toberman, St. Charles; Kevin Gugliano, Fenton; Bradley O’Donnel, St. Louis; David Krassinger, St. Louis; Michael Patton, Festus; Matthew Pyle, Cedar Hill; Wayne Rice, Barnhart; Chief Diane Scanga, JCLEA Director; (third row) Christopher Ortega, House Springs; Andrew Hirth, De Soto; Zachary Propst, Fenton; Dino Redzic, Arnold; Steven Ortega, House Springs; and James Sims, St. Louis.

 

The mission of the Jefferson College Law Enforcement Academy is to provide quality law enforcement training for both new law enforcement recruits and veteran law enforcement officers.  The training is designed to provide individuals and agencies with the information and skills needed to meet the needs of the community, develop skills to remain current in information and technology, and to prepare law enforcement officers to successfully respond to the challenges of a diverse society.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 20 May 2014 )
 
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