Photo courtesy of the Prince William County Police Department
Local graduates are beginning a new chapter in their career.
The Prince William County Criminal Justice Academy has 18 new alumni.
Members of the Prince William County Police Department (PWCPD), the Prince William County Sheriff’s Office, and Marine Corps Base Quantico have completed Basic Law Enforcement training.
A graduation ceremony was held at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas last month, according to a release from the PWCPD.
During the 24-week training, the students learned about an array of topics, such as criminal investigation and patrols.
The PWCPD is still accepting police officer applications.
Anyone interested in applying may reach out to the Personnel Bureau by calling 703-792-6580, or go to the PWCPD website.
Here are the recruit school graduates:
Prince William County Police Department
Shawn D. Cain, Jr.
Brian A. Centifonti, Jr.
Daniel V. Cortez
James L. Duvall, III
Michael E. Fadorick, Jr.
Thomas J. Helfers
Andre M. Johnson
Ephraim C. Johnson
Andrew D. Locke
Erin E. McAdam
Elena M. McCoy
Daniel C. Miley
Andrew D. Parnarouskis
Matthew T. Surdam
Jansen B. Young
Prince William County Sheriff’s Office
Lucas J. Wheeler
Marine Corps Base Quantico, Provost Marshal’s Office
Anthony T. Dampier
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