In a ceremony held at Dauphin County Technical School, recruits also received outstanding achievement awards.
HACC 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:
Altoona - Zachary G. Bistline, Erik D. Stirk, Robert F. Stitt.
Chambersburg - Matthew W. Bietsch, Joseph P. McGhee.
DCNR/Gifford Pinchot State Park - Matthew A. Lucas.
East Hempfield Township - Kelly L. Brubaker, Christopher H. Chases, James M. Terlikosky.
Fairview Township - Michael S. Bennage.
Hampden Township - Matthew L. Grunden.
Lower Paxton Township - David L. Shifflett, Jr. Swatara Township - Richard T. LeCadre, Eric A. Moyer.
Upper Allen Township - Sarah E. Moody.
York City - Jeffry A. Carey, Gregg C. Luft.
Preservice graduates not yet associated with law enforcement agencies included the following:
Carlisle - Matthew R. Walters.
Chambersburg - Jason M. Beltz.
Ephrata - Timothy G. Heuston.
Harrisburg - Vincent J. Arzamendi, Matthew T. Zemba.
Lancaster - Scott M. Boyd, Bryan E. Ryder.
Manchester - Denelle E. Craul.
Mechanicsburg - Brian R. Ebersole, Gregory T. Richards.
Milton - Jason L. Wertz.
Turbotville - Nathan A. Moyer.
Wrightsville - Justin L. Kinard.
Yorkana - Joshua A. Malott.
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 accessing the college website at www.hacc.edu.