APD to graduate 20 from police academy on July 19

The Asheville Police Department will mark the graduation of 20 cadets who have successfully completed the department’s police academy in a ceremony at 2 p.m. July 19,2012 in Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College’s Ferguson Auditorium. A reception will follow.
The Asheville Police Department Police Academy is a collaboration between APD and Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College. The state portion of the academy, commonly known as BLET (Basic Law Enforcement Training), consists of 35 blocks of instruction and 624 hours of training. Each cadet must pass a written exam on each block of instruction to remain in the class. The exam is administered by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission.
Cadets must also complete several physical and practical tasks and pass all six sections of an exam administered by Training Standards. Upon graduation, the cadets will be assigned to a Field Training Officer in the department before being allowed to patrol on their own.
The 2012 Asheville PD Cadets: Wilson Bunn, Orlando Burge, Adam Cabe, David Cohen, Chris Dennis, Ian Grant, Denise Jackson, Krystale Jones, Josh Kingry, Dmitri Kirnos, Traci Kruthaupt, Oksana Kulakova, Derek Laffin, Ian Luther, Jose Maldonado, Christopher Morrow, Mario Rodriguez, Brandon Shope, Brett Thomas, Ty Wilson.


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