Officers complete training academy
From Contributed Reports
Thursday, February 7, 2019
Nash Community College recently recognized nine officers for completing the college’s 54th Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy.
Charles Henry Collins III, Benjamin Yates, Sergio Hernandez Castillo, Bryan Lamont Shearin, Stanley Colt Robbins, Grant Edward Stallings, Desmond Warren Barmore, Michael Ladell Parker and Robert Michael Goodacre Jr. graduated from the academy.
Cadets participated in rigorous physical and classroom state commission-mandated topics and methods of instruction covering topics related to legal, criminal, juvenile, civil, traffic, investigative, patrol, custody, court procedures, emergency responses, ethics, community relations and more during the twenty-seven week training.
To graduate, students successfully completed all units of study, including the certification examination mandated by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission and the N.C. Sheriffs’ Education and Training Standards Commission.
Nash Community College has trained law enforcement officers through its BLET program since 1999. Nash Community College expanded its BLET training options with the opening of the Center for Advanced Law Enforcement Training in the Continuing Education and Public Services Building in 2015. The center features unparalleled instructional facilities including an indoor firing range, and VirTra Systems, Inc. training simulator. For more information, call 252-451-8489 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.