|28 finish peace officer class|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 20 July 2013 07:42|
Twenty-eight Owens Community College students recently were honored for their exemplary academic achievements as new Ohio Basic Peace Officer Training Academy graduates during a completion ceremony.
As part of the seven-month program, Owens police academy students take courses in patrol operations, firearms, defensive tactics and criminal investigation using modern, high-tech police equipment.
Participants receive expert instruction from local police officers, sheriff's deputies and corrections officers, as well as state and federal agents.
Owens police academy graduates have completed the required number of law enforcement contact hours set forth by the Ohio Revised Code and the Ohio Peace Officers Training Commission.
Local graduates included Daniel Black of Bowling Green, Lonnie Fosnight of Millbury, Andrew Sabo of Bowling Green, Lawrence Vanhooser of Perrysburg, Christina Herrera of Northwood, and Jack Jacobs of Northwood (sponsored by Woodville Police Department).
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