Law Enforcement Officers Complete Detention Officer Training

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Nash Community College is pleased to announce the achievement of employees from Johnston, Franklin, Warren and Nash County Sheriff’s Offices who recently completed detention officer training. Governed by the North Carolina Sheriffs’ Education and Training Standards Commission and the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission, the certification course includes 178 hours of instruction designed to train qualified participants to work as officers in detention facilities.

Pictured on the front row, from left:  Reuben Crumpton, DOCC Director; Fransisca Garcia, Johnston County Sheriff’s Office; Audrey Manning, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office; Mihran Hovsepian, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office; and Daryl Davis, Warren County Sheriff’s Office. Back row, from left: Terrance Slaughter, Johnston County Sheriff’s Office; Brandon Watson, Nash County Sheriff’s Office; Jakob Puskas, Nash County Sheriff’s Office; Delroy Woods-Whitaker, Nash County Sheriff’s Office; and Jim Thomas, Director of Law Enforcement In-Service Training.