Harford County Sheriff’s Office Graduates News Recruits; 15 New Police Officers Begin the Law Enforcement Career Today

From the Harford County Sheriff’s Office:

The Harford County Sheriff’s Office Training Academy recently graduated 15 new police recruits, 12 of which will begin their law enforcement careers with the Sheriff’s Office. On Wednesday January 2, 2013, graduation ceremonies for the 15 new recruits culminated a 26-week training curriculum that began on June 26, 2012. Approximately 200 people attended the commencement exercises held at John Carroll High School and watched as the officers were sworn in, presented with their diplomas and congratulated by Sheriff L. Jesse Bane. Prior to the graduation each recruit participated in a pining ceremony where they received their official badge of office from a family member, friend or mentor. The guest speaker for the evening was retired Harford County Sheriff’s Office Major Jordan V. Watts, a 30 year veteran of the Harford County Sheriff’s Office, who is now an attorney with the Baltimore County Office of Law. The following officers received their diplomas:

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Deputy David Feeney – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Austin Gentry – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Justin Haga – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Christopher Henize – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Robert Horner – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Jeffrey Hurley – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Amanda McCormack – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Brandon Phipps – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Chad Slater – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Robert Todd – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Andrew Van Helton – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Kristen Wallace – Harford County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Alexa Lee – Cecil County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Vincent Cardinale – Cecil County Sheriff’s Office
Investigator Angel Thompson – Maryland’s Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services

Comments

  1. I-Make-Sense says

    You would think that a proofreader is on staff. Your headline is grammatically incorrect.

    News? the?

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  2. Marc Eaton says

    Enjoyed having you all at the EVOC center, good luck and be safe. Van Helton when you get a chance come down and help us put the sign post back up.

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