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MAY 2021

SJR State law enforcement cadets recognized

Charles McCraney and Roy Owens
Top Gun Award - Charles McCraney and Roy Owens
Jerrod Fryer
Top Scholar - Jerrod Fryer
Roy Owens - Medallion
Roy Owens - Medallion Award

Cadets from St. Johns River State College (SJR State) Criminal Justice Academy were recently recognized during a graduation ceremony at the Thrasher-Horne Center located at the College’s Orange Park campus. Graduates representing Clay, Putnam, St. Johns and other counties received certificates for completing Florida Law Enforcement Academy programs. During the ceremony, three law enforcement cadets were recognized for special achievement.

Jerod Fryer from Clay County received the Academic Award for highest academic achievement. The Medallion Award for highest overall achievement was presented to Roy Owens from Duval County. Owens, along with Charles McCraney from St. Johns County, received the Top Gun Award for highest marksmanship scores during the firearms qualifications.

The May graduates included Law Enforcement Basic Recruit cadets from Clay County: Jerod Fryer, Lance Parker and David Shelkey.

Law Enforcement Basic Recruit cadet from Putnam County: Alyssa Bostic.

Law Enforcement Basic Recruit cadet from St. Johns County: Charles McCraney.

Law Enforcement Basic Recruit cadet from other counties: Meghan Layer (Flagler) and Roy Owens (Duval).

Corrections Officer Crossover to Law Enforcement cadets: Joshua Parcher (Clay) and Archavette Word (Putnam).

Located at the St. Augustine campus, SJR State’s Criminal Justice Academy offers certificate programs and provides job-related training to prepare cadets for entry-level employment in the field. Upon completion of the certificate programs, cadets will be eligible to take the state certification exam. The certificates also provide credit hours that can be transferred to SJR State’s associate in science degree in criminal justice technology. For class starting dates and additional information about SJR State’s Florida Law Enforcement Academy, call (904) 808-7490 or visit www.SJRstate.edu.

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During SJR State’s Criminal Justice Academy graduation ceremony, three law enforcement cadets were recognized for special achievement. Jerrod Fryer from Clay County received the Academic Award for highest academic achievement. The Medallion Award for highest overall achievement was presented to Roy Owens from Duval County. Owens, along with Charles McCraney from St. Johns County, received the Top Gun Award for highest marksmanship scores during the firearms qualifications. Each graduate is pictured with Law Enforcement instructor/coordinator Randy McCullough.



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