Law en­force­ment class grad­u­ates 25 of­fi­cers

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SAL­IS­BURY — Twenty-five law en­force­ment of­fi­cers from Dorch­ester, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Tal­bot, Wi­comico and Worces­ter coun­ties grad­u­ated in the 76th en­trance-level class of the East­ern Shore Crim­i­nal Jus­tice Academy op­er­ated by Wor-Wic Com­mu­nity Col­lege in Sal­is­bury.

Grad­u­a­tion ex­er­cises, which were held in Guer­ri­eri Hall at the col­lege cam­pus, fea­tured a com­mence­ment ad­dress by Wi­comico County Sher­iff Mike Lewis.

John C. Moses, di­rec­tor of crim­i­nal jus­tice at Wor-Wic, and Don­ald L. Rollyson Jr., as­sis­tant di­rec­tor of the ESCJA, presided at the cer­e­mony. Awards of cer­ti­fi­ca­tion and ex­cel­lence were pre­sented by agency rep­re­sen­ta­tives along with Wil­liam McMa­hon, act­ing ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor of the Mary­land Po­lice and Cor­rec­tional Train­ing Com­mis­sions in Wood­stock, Md. Deputy Anna M. Bowie of the Wi­comico County Sher­iff’s Depart­ment was the class speaker. Clos­ing re­marks were made by McMa­hon.

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Grad­u­ates from the Up­per Shore who were part of the 76th en­trance-level law en­force­ment class of the East­ern Shore Crim­i­nal Jus­tice Academy op­er­ated by Wor-Wic Com­mu­nity Col­lege in Sal­is­bury are shown, from left, Ben­jamin S. Schorr of the Eas­ton Po­lice Depart­ment, Jason A. Burr and Caitlin M. Smith of the Tal­bot County Sher­iff’s Of­fice, Jor­dan M. Jar­rett of the Queen Anne’s County Sher­iff’s Of­fice, and David W. Nolan and Thomas A. Patch­ett of the Kent County Sher­iff’s Of­fice.

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