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Police officers graduate from Mansfield University

February 16. 2013 3:56PM

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Graduation ceremonies for the 29th Mansfield University Municipal Police Officers' Training Academy were held on Aug. 2. The Act 120 Academy Training Program is a required 750-hour course to obtain certification to be a municipal police officer in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The following cadets were members of the graduating class and are now eligible to be certified as municipal police officers in Pennsylvania: Lisa DeLange, Wellsboro; Eric Derr Williamsport; Brandon Dock, New Berlin; Jonathan Gregory, Cogan House; Elizabeth Kemmerer, Wilkes-Barre; Jordan Mahosky, Williamsport; Angel McLaughlin, Williamsport; Samantha Schmouder, Loyalsock; and Thomas Zebrowski, Dundee, N.Y. DeLange and Gregory received awards for proficiency in firearms; Derr took driving proficiency honors; Dock won the physical training award; and Kemmerer won the high academic award. Magisterial District Judge Robert Repard from the District Court in Wellsboro was the guest speaker. At the ceremony, from left, are Dock, McLaughlin, Gregory, Kemmerer, Mahosky, Derr, Zebrowski, DeLange and Schmouder.

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