Deputy re­cruits grad­u­ate po­lice academy

Record Observer - - OBITUARIES -

SAL­IS­BURY — Mon­day, Dec. 19, after six months of train­ing at the East­ern Shore Crim­i­nal Jus­tice Academy at Wor-Wic com­mu­nity Col­lege, three Deputy Sher­iff re­cruits grad­u­ated at a com­mence­ment cer­e­mony in Sal­is­bury.

Deputy Sa­vanna Dickey, Deputy Pa­trick R. Mat­te­son and Deputy La­nard M. Pack received diplo­mas and new badges dur­ing the cer­e­mony. Sher­iff Gary Hof­mann gave the grad­u­a­tion address.

The QA deputies were three of 16 new po­lice of­fi­cers who grad­u­ated from the pro­gram that have been as­signed to eight po­lice agen­cies across the East­ern Shore.

The struc­tured six-month train­ing reg­i­men and cur­ricu­lum in­cluded con­sti­tu­tional law, traf­fic and crim­i­nal in­ves­ti­ga­tion, firearms, and the phys­i­cal train­ing as well as earn­ing more than 20 col­lege cred­its in the process.


Com­mand staff and su­per­vi­sors at­tend the com­mence­ment cer­e­mony in Sal­is­bury on Mon­day, Dec. 19, from left, Sher­iff Gary Hof­mann, 1st Sgt. John Mey­ers, Deputy Pa­trick Mat­te­son, Deputy Sa­vanna Dickey, Deputy La­nard Pack, Dfc. Ryan David­son, Lt. Mark Meil and Ma­jor Dwayne Board­man.

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