In a ceremony held at Dauphin County Technical School, recruits also received outstanding achievement awards.
- Nathan W. Ishman of the Harrisburg Bureau of Police received the highest proficiency in driving award from the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association.
- Kenneth R. Thorp of the Ephrata Borough Police Department received the highest proficiency in firearms award.
- Gary L. Gearhart of the Borough of Littlestown Police Department received the highest proficiency in physical fitness award.
- Bruce T. Quinan of the North Hopewell Township Police Department received the most inspirational class member award.
- Duane D. Pyles of the Harrisburg Bureau of Police received the Highest Academic Achievement Award.
HACC’s Police Academy, the second largest academy in the state, offers the 20-week basic training course mandated for all Pennsylvania municipal police officers.
Those who completed HACC’s most recent police training and the police departments where they serve are as follows:
City of Lebanon Police Department - Enoc A. Ayala.
Ephrata Borough Police Department - John B. Garver, Kenneth R. Thorp.
Harrisburg Bureau of Police - Jared S. Huff, Hudson R. Hughes II, Nathan W. Ishman, Gina M. Pupo, Duane D. Pyles, Michael J. Rudy.
Highspire Borough Police Department - Rebecca A. Kuykendall, Justin P. Shutt.
Borough of Littlestown Police Department - Gary L. Gearhart.
Manheim Township Police Department - Nicholas A. Fritz, Cody J. Lewis, Anthony T. Lombardo.
Mechanicsburg Borough Police Department - Timothy P. Lazzarevich.
Mifflin County Regional Police Department - Jared M. Hartsock.
North Hopewell Township Police Department - Bruce T. Quinan.
Springettsbury Township Police Department - Ryan W. Thomas.
Susquehanna Township Police Department - Lee A. Tarasi.
Swatara Township Police Department - Timothy M. Kramer Jr., Christopher M. Seiler.
Upper Allen Township Police Department - Trenton R. Mellott.
York Area Regional Police Department - Jason S. Dibble.
York City Police Department - Jeremy A. Fultz, Jonathan A. Hatterer, Brian N. Kirby.
Preservice graduates not yet associated with law enforcement agencies include the following:
Camp Hill - Matthew M. Johnston.
Campbelltown - Autumn R. Darhower.
Elizabethtown - Matthew F. Corby, Randy M. Wagner.
Enola - Charles I. Purtle.
Harrisburg - Justin T. Doyle.
Hershey - Ryan M. Kelly.
Hummelstown - Bradley R. Polinski.
Huntingdon - Justin M. Franks.
Lancaster - Joshua J. Bucher.
Millersburg - Christopher R. Butler.
York - Michael A. Cavanaugh, Jonathan W. Fisher, Scott A. Musselman.
York Haven - Ovidio Traverso Jr.
HACC’s Senator John J. Shumaker Public Safety Center is one of the premier providers of on- and off-site police, fire and emergency response training.
The HACC Police Academy is a full-time course of instruction designed to provide the recruit with the initial skills and information necessary to begin his/her police career.
HACC also offers police mandatory in-service courses, law enforcement elective training, security courses, constable training and police testing. Information on HACC’s Police Academy may be obtained by clicking on the website below.