Individuals from the Prince William County Police Department (PWCPD) and the Prince William County Sheriff’s Office have learned the ins and outs of law enforcement.
Fifteen people graduated from the Prince William County Criminal Justice Academy Basic Law Enforcement on Friday morning.
The ceremony was held at Patriot High School in Nokesville, according to a release from the Prince William County Police Department (PWCPD).
During the 24-week program, participants received training on various topics, including criminal and crash investigations.
PWCPD is seeking candidates for law enforcement openings. To learn more information, call the Prince William County Police Personnel Bureau at 703-792-6580, or visit the police department’s website.
Here are the recruit school graduates:
Prince William County Police Department
- James S. Brent
- Shirley Correia
- P. Lawrence Dappen
- Liam M. Gail
- Andrew R. Gast
- Tahlia I. Gonzalez
- Zachary J. Hamn
- Kelsey M. Hannemann
- Courtney M. Houpt
- Dakota N. Keith
- Justin M. Price
- Albert D. Richardson
- Godson Vondee
- Jason M. Weber, Jr.
Prince William County Sheriff’s Office