SJR State law enforcement cadets recognized
Cadets from the St. Johns River State College Criminal Justice Academy were recently recognized for completing the Florida Law Enforcement Academy program. The guest speaker was E.J. Guzman, Green Cove Springs Chief of Police.
During the ceremony, three cadets were recognized for special achievement. Samantha Dangerfield (Clay County) was presented with the Academic Achiever award for obtaining the highest GPA. William Mitchell (St. Johns County) received the Medallion award for the highest overall achievement and class leadership. Matthew Lawrence (St. Johns County) received the Most Proficient in Firearms award.
The December graduates include Samantha Dangerfield, Marquise Davis-Welch, Christyan Diaz, Samson Edwards, Jr., Frankie Fowler, Letoshua Greene, Terrance Johnson, Brandon Kowalski, Alexis Labrada, Matthew Lawrence, William Mitchell, Michael Porath, Jeannine Ramos, Brett Utley and Mitchell Walker.
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.
Summer session day and night class dates/times will be announced soon. For additional information about SJR State’s Florida Law Enforcement Academy, call (904) 808-7490 or visit https://www.sjrstate.edu/law.html
Kneeling, L - R: Terrance Johnson, William Mitchell (Class leader)
Front Row, L - R: Michael Porath (Squad Leader), Samson Edwards Jr., Rebecca McKnight, Samantha Dangerfield (Scribe), Christyan Diaz, Marquise Davis-Welch (Squad Leader)
Back Row, L - R: John Jock (Instructor/Coordinator), Nazar Melnychuk (Class leader), Letoshua Greene, Matthew Lawrence (Guide on), Shane Fowler, Brandon Kowalski (Squad Leader), Brett Utley, Alexis Labrada, Mitchell Walker, Jeannine Ramos (Historian)
During SJR State’s Criminal Justice Academy graduation ceremony, three law enforcement cadets were recognized for special achievement. From left, Law Enforcement instructor John Jock, William Mitchell (St. Johns County) received the Medallion award for the highest overall achievement and class leadership. Matthew Lawrence (St. Johns County) received the Most Proficient in Firearms award. Samantha Dangerfield (Clay County) was awarded the Academic Achiever award for obtaining the highest GPA.
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