Delaware Tech criminal justice-law enforcement option students who recently completed requirements for their associate degree celebrated their success with a ceremony May 4 at the Delaware State Police Training Academy in Dover.
Students who completed the program are JeanCarlos Almonte, Valerie Battles, Tyler Beutler, Jacob Clifton, Garret Driscoll, Cole Ewasko, Alfred Grandell Jr., Matthew Hooker, Agena Jacobs, Kaitlyn Kanich, Justin Mulford, Jezebel Rivera-Rivera, Ryan Rock, Andrea Robles Torres, Jose Santos, Travis Shockley, Logan Simpson, Andrew Slavin and Joseph Wolfe.
More than 125 people, including family, friends, college administrators and faculty and the Delaware State Police executive staff, attended the ceremony.
Designed and offered in partnership with the Delaware State Police Training Academy, LEO is an admissions program that provides the education and training to be a competitive applicant for the Delaware State Police or a municipal police agency. Theory and lab courses are taught by certified police instructors.
If accepted for employment, graduates of the program will have an advantage by having experiences a quasi-police academy setting through the LEO program’s culminating course, the Law Enforcement Practicum. They may also be eligible to attend a shortened version of the police academy, rather than the standard 22-week course of study.