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New Police Officers, Deputy Sheriffs Graduate from Criminal Justice Academy

Twenty new Alexandria law enforcement officers – 13 police officers and seven deputy sheriffs – graduated from the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy on June 22. Sheriff Dana Lawhorne, Police Chief Michael Brown, and members of their command and training staffs attended Session 136’s graduation ceremony at Dominion High School in Sterling.

The new law enforcement officers successfully completed 20 weeks of training, including emergency vehicle operations, firearms training, defensive tactics, crash investigation, basic legal training, and other important areas, and the deputies completed four additional weeks of training in jail and courthouse procedures.






l-r: Sheriff Dana Lawhorne, Deputy Jamison Hart, Deputy Jamar Waithe, Deputy Andrew Schrinel, Deputy Michael McGhee, Jr., Deputy Corey Bryant, Deputy Antonio Greene, Deputy Ashley Battle, Officer Pol Aguirre, Officer Alexus Baker, Officer Badri Kikacheishvili, Officer Robert Schaetzl, Officer Adam Wenig, Officer Brittany Wilkins, Officer Sara Thomas, Officer Christopher Bergh, Officer Nelson Guzman, Officer Benjamin Walsh, Officer Sarah DeMaria, Officer Joseph McNamara, Officer Megan Vann and Chief Michael Brown.

Courtesy APD

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