Eastern Florida Graduates First Law Enforcement Class

By  //  August 7, 2013

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GRADUATION markS end of five-month TRAINING

ABOVE VIDEO: Eastern Florida State College’s class video documenting the training courses for Law Enforcement 13-L1 Law Enforcement Academy. Shown at Graduation in Cocoa. August 5, 2013

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Surrounded by family, friends and local law enforcement leaders, Eastern Florida State College’s first Law Enforcement class, 13-L1, marked the end of their five-month training with a graduation ceremony at the  Bernard Simpkins Fine Arts Center. 

Academy Coordinator Michael Cadore presented guest emceed the ceremony and presented guest speakers which included EFSC Melbourne Campus Provost Sandy Handfield, Institute of Public Safety Dean Marian Shelpman,  Chief John lau of Titusville Police Department, and Deputy Chief John Blackledge of Palm Bay Police Department. Below you can see the graduates of  13-L1 and video excerpts from the ceremony and Chief Blackledge’s speech.




Image courtesy of Phillip Urbanetz
Image courtesy of Phillip Urbanetz

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