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WPD Graduation to Hold Graduation Ceremony on Friday

Worcester, MA (October 3, 2017) -The Worcester Police Department will hold a graduation ceremony for the newest Police Academy class on Friday, October 6, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. The event will take place at the Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts. City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. and Police Chief Steven M. Sargent will preside over the ceremony. Also welcoming the officers into the ranks of the Worcester Police Department with remarks will be Mayor Joseph M. Petty, and Chairperson of the Standing Committee on Public Safety Kathleen M.Toomey. Sgt. Richard Cipro will be the Master of Ceremonies.

Graduating Class 04-17:

Worcester Police Department:

Joel Arce Joseph M. Atchue

Joseph E. Campbell Anthony Correa

Rocky J. Ductan Daniel S. Dyson

Michael J. Escobar Steven T. Flynn

Michael G. Hall Patrick J. Hanlon

Dane C. Jobst Kyle R. Jones

Anthony E. Lombardozzi Rebecka L. Mailea

David C. McAtee Shauna L. McGuirk

Brian J. Powers Michael Rodriguez

Fernando Rosado Shawn A. Rozier

Brian M. Tebo Colby E. Turner

Kofi Twumasi Joseph R. Wilmot

Ryan P. Withers

Barre Police Department: Trevor A. MacNeil

Zachary S. Marderosian

Dudley Police Department: Brian G. Hull Jr.

Holden Police Department: Andrea M. Bates

Sean P. McKiernan

Lunenburg Police Department: Kayla M. Leger

Oakham Police Department: Patrick R. Gaumond

Oxford Police Department: Bishoy R. Ibrahim

Paxton Police Department: Corey K. Buzzell

Jeffrey A. Dunn

Rutland Police Department: Mai M. Grover

Sutton Police Department: Andrew M. Montiverdi

Bryan J. O’Rourke

UMass Police Department: Christopher M. Fazah

Jillisa M. Smith

West Brookfield Police Department: Eric K. Dyson Jr.

The graduates have received intense training, which began in April of 2017 and lasted 25 weeks. The Worcester Police Academy training curriculum included classroom study, physical training, first responder training, applied patrol procedures and scenario-based exercises. The classes were taught by Worcester Police Academy staff instructors, experienced Worcester police officers from various units in the department and guest instructors-including law enforcement officials and civilians from outside agencies.

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