Local police officers graduate state academy

-Two Provincetown police officers were among the 44 who graduated Wednesday from the Plymouth Police Academy.

Officers Kas-Wayne Samuels and Jefferson Willis began training for the department with the 64th Recruit Officers Course in June. 24-weeks and some 920+ hours later they received their badges during today’s graduation ceremonies held at Memorial Hall in Plymouth and will join the Provincetown Police Department 12-week Field Training Program this week.

All the graduates completed an intensive 24-week program that covered constitutional law, prevention and intervention, community policing, domestic violence, elder abuse, victims’ rights, and other topics. All training took place at the Plymouth Police Academy except for firearms training and emergency vehicle driving which were held at off-campus locations.

Jefferson Willis was presented with the 100% award from the academy staff. This designation recognized his hard work and the staff identifying that Officer Willis gave 100% every day of training.

Chief Jim Golden would like to thank the numerous officers who attended this event today.

Lieutenant Greg Hennick, Sergeant Kevan Spoor, Detective Rich Alves and Police Officers Chris Landry, Aaron Kacergis, Jen Nolette, Tyler Dow and Sarah Harding.

Ofc Leo Rose, Sgt Steve Raneo, Chief Craig Danziger, Ofc Andrew Starbard, Ofc Sarah Lake, Ofc Kylee Larrabee, Ofc John Medeiros, Former Chief Kyle Takakjian

TRURO – Truro Police Congratulate the town’s newest police officers Andrew Starbard and Sarah Lake. Officers Starbard and Lake graduated Wednesday from the MPTC Plymouth Academy 64th ROC. They will start six weeks of field training tomorrow. Best of luck to both officers and stay safe!

– Wednesday, Officer Bryan P. Mey graduated from the 64th Recruit Officers Course of the Municipal Police Training Committee Plymouth Police Academy and has become our newest Yarmouth Police Officer.

Officer Mey is one of 44 graduates from Police Departments all over Massachusetts to earn the title of Police Officer this morning at a very special ceremony held in historic Plymouth Memorial Hall in downtown Plymouth.

Congratulations Patrol Officer May and all of the graduates and thank you for choosing to be part of the noble profession of Law Enforcement!

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