Sabine Parish Sheriff Aaron Mitchell and Chief Deputy Brad Walker announce Deputy Liam Rivers and Deputy Kohlman McGee received their Level 1 Louisiana Basic P.O.S.T. Certifications.
Graduation exercises for the 52st Basic Training Class of the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Regional Training Academy took place on Nov. 7, at Calvary Baptist Church in Shreveport. Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator was the guest speaker.
Several law enforcement agencies from northwest Louisiana were represented when graduates took the oath of office, receive their badges, and participate in a special ceremony where family and friends assist them with pinning on their badges for the first time.
Class participants received 535 hours or more of peace officer training in areas including criminal law, patrol activities, traffic services, report writing, investigations, firearms, first aid, and criminal justice.
Lt Jesse Branam, Chief Deputy Walker, and Lt Jason Heard were in attendance to congratulate Deputies Rivers and McGee on their hard work and perseverance during the last 14 weeks.
Deputy Rivers received the Academic Award for having the highest grade point average in the class. This is an exceptional accomplishment.
These two Deputies will be assigned to the Patrol Division under Lt Heard.
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