HACC Holds 112th Police Academy Graduation

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Members of the local law enforcement community, along with family and friends, recently celebrated the graduation of 45 cadets from the 112th municipal Police Academy at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
 
Cadets receive their training at the Senator Jeffrey E. Piccola Law Enforcement Complex of the Senator John J. Shumaker Public Safety Center (PSC). HACC’s Police Academy is the second largest in Pennsylvania with two full-time and one part-time basic training programs offered each year. The curriculum will be expanded to 25 weeks in 2018.

Several of the graduating cadets received outstanding achievement awards. The award recipients of the 112th police academy graduation were: The graduates and police departments they serve are:

Graduates not yet affiliated with law enforcement agencies are:

Since 2000, more than 1,400 cadets have completed mandatory training at HACC required by the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Commission.
 
Additional photos from the ceremony are available online.
 
To determine the start-to-finish cost of this program, please visit HACC’s website.
 
For further information or general inquiries, please email newsroom@hacc.edu. This is the most effective way to ensure a timely response.
 
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