It began on Mon., Apr. 1st.
The 54th Frederick Police Academy got underway on Monday, April 1st.
Over the next seven months, student officers will undergo training in defensive tactics, firearms, search and seizure, criminal law, criminal investigation, first aid, emergency vehicle operation, motor vehicle law, police ethics, report writing, special needs populations and collision investigations. Most will be taught at the Charles V. Main Training Center.
Graduation is scheudled for October 25th.
There are 12 student officers enrolled for the 54th Academy. They are Engin Caliskan, Joseph Constantine, Sara Evans, Derek Inman, Busayuo Jinadu, Eric Morton, Michael Murphy and William Sublet, who will join the Frederick Police Department when they graduate. Jacquelyne Durktenis and Bryce McGuire are training to be Brunswick Police Officers. And Benjamin Phelps and Brian Woodward will become Frederick County Sheriff's Deputies when they graduate.