Justice and Public Safety Cabinet
DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING GRADUATES 17 RECRUITS
RICHMOND, Ky. – Law enforcement officers from 11 agencies across Kentucky graduated today from the Department of Criminal Justice Training’s Law Enforcement Basic Training Academy.
The 17-member class underwent 16 weeks of training, which consisted of more than 660 hours of recruit-level officer academy instruction. Major training areas include law offenses and procedures, vehicle operations, firearms, investigation, first aid/CPR, patrol procedures and mechanics of arrest, restraint and control.
The academy is located on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University.
Graduates of Class 366 and their agencies are:
Daniel E. Abner, Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement
Keith A. Armstrong, Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement
Patrick N. Beasley, Lawrenceburg Police Department
Mike Carroll, Corbin Police Department
Ryan L. Clark, Providence Police Department
Jayson L. Flynn, Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office
Raymond A. Golden, Springfield Police Department
Darren C. Grogan, Murray Police Department
Matthew C. Humble, Russellville Police Department
Anthony E. Jansen, Jr., Highland Heights Police Department
James A. Medley II, Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement
Steven L. Oliver, Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement
Danny J. Pevley, Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office
Lucas A. Salyer, Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement
Todd M. Smither, Frankfort Police Department
Zachary S. Sutton, Maysville Police Department
Evan E. Timmons, Murray Police Department