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29 June 2016

HACC Holds 109th Police Academy Class Graduation

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Sen. Jeffrey E. Piccola Law Enforcement Complex of the Sen. John J. Shumaker Public Safety Center (PSC) at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, recently celebrated the graduation of 38 cadets in its 109th municipal police academy. HACC’s Police Academy is the second largest in Pennsylvania and offers the 20-week basic training course mandated for all Pennsylvania municipal police officers.

Several of the graduating cadets also received outstanding achievement awards at the ceremony on May 26, 2016, at the Dauphin County Technical School. The award recipients are:
  • Jared M. Horvath, driver proficiency award
  • Stephanie E. Phillips, most inspirational class member
  • Stephanie E. Phillips, physical fitness award
  • Ryan F. Plunkett, highest academic achievement
  • Evan R. Shipley, highest proficiency in firearms

The graduates and the police departments they serve are:
  • Donald Christopher Davis – York City Police Department
  • Joshua Lee Gay – Manheim Township Police Department
  • Melinda Marie Gustin – Lower Paxton Township Police Department
  • Jared Michael Horvath – York City Police Department
  • Cassandra Jane McCormack – Lycoming County District Attorney
  • Adrienne Manuella Monroy – Harrisburg Bureau of Police
  • Taylor James Nauman – Newberry Township Police Department
  • Joshua Glenn Phillips – York City Police Department
  • Stephanie Elizabeth Phillips – York Area Regional Police Department
  • Ryan Paul Plunkett – Ferguson Township Police Department
  • Miguel Angel Salazar – York City Police Department
  • Zachary Joseph Saum – Carlisle Borough Police Department
  • Zachery Wesley Saylor – Williamsport Borough Police Department
  • Adam Benjamin Williams – Carlisle Borough Police Department

Graduates not yet affiliated with law enforcement agencies (listed with their hometowns) are:
  • Matthew Timothy Bartow – Lititz
  • Kevin Matthew Bigler – Shippensburg
  • Ryan Hobart Blessing – Wrightsville
  • Nicholas Xavier Bretz – Derry
  • Eric Thomas Burnett – Harrisburg
  • James Earl Capello – Lebanon
  • Gage Luis Cvijic – Hummelstown
  • Cameron Ross Earnest – Lewistown
  • Randolph Hernandez – Lancaster
  • Ethan Russell Hommel – McVeytown
  • Andrew Gregory Kimmel – Harrisburg
  • Keoni James Lauer – Hanover
  • Michael Conrad Liebl – Lancaster
  • Zachary Jordan Meador – Mount Joy
  • Phillip Manh Peng – New Cumberland
  • Christian William Ribec – Harrisburg
  • Evan Robert Shipley – Hackettstown
  • Jerome Franklin Stark III – Mount Joy
  • Trevor John St. Clair – Mountville
  • Richard Allen Swanson – Hershey
  • JoEllen Joy Trimmer – Mechanicsburg
  • Cody Thomas Webster – Harrisburg
  • Charles William Zeigler – McSherrystown
  • Tyler John Zeller – York

HACC also provides mandatory police in-service courses, law enforcement elective training and police testing. Please visit hacc.edu/police for more information on HACC’s Police Academy.
 
 
Available photos and their captions:
 
Photo Title Caption
Highest Proficiency in Firearms Joseph Hogarth, law enforcement training coordinator, congratulates Cadet Evan Shipley, recipient of the highest proficiency in firearms award, at the recent graduation of the 109th municipal police academy at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
Physical Fitness Award Thomas C. Carter, chief Harrisburg Bureau of Police, congratulates Cadet Stephanie Phillips, recipient of the physical fitness award, at the recent graduation of the 109th municipal police academy at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
Driver Proficiency Award Thomas Gross, executive director Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association, congratulates Cadet Jared Horvath, recipient of the driver proficiency award, at the recent graduation of the 109th municipal police academy at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
Highest Academic Achievement Beth Dombrowsky, law enforcement training coordinator, congratulates Cadet Ryan Plunkett, recipient of the highest academic achievement award, at the recent graduation of the 109th municipal police academy at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
Most Inspirational Class Member Cynthia L. Shirk, law enforcement training coordinator, congratulates Cadet Stephanie Phillips, recipient of the most inspirational class member award, at the recent graduation of the 109th municipal police academy at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.


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