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The Fresno City College Police Academy announces the graduation of 44 cadets from its 1030-hour intensive format that began June 10, 2019. The keynote speaker at the event is Clovis Police Chief Curt Fleming.
The graduates have successfully passed all segments of a curriculum in over 41 topical areas that included criminal law, investigations, patrol procedures, vehicle operations, traffic, first aid, professionalism and ethics, physical training, and many other related subjects.
The Fresno City College Police Academy is certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training. A graduate is eligible to be hired as a police officer, deputy sheriff or district attorney investigator anywhere in California. Several other states recognize this certificate for employment.
The graduates and their hometowns:
Atascadero: Adrian Pineda
Auberry: Jacob Mulhern
Chowchilla: James DeWall
Clovis: Nicholas Gilmore, Michelle Lopez, Jacqueline Wink
Coalinga: Brian Meza
Covington, GA: Zachary Shannon
Dos Palos: Zachary Westbrook
Fresno: Justin Barrett, Valentin Carrillo-Perez, Michael Coria, Kulwinder Dhillon, Charles Dobbs, Lucas Garnica, Sandy Herr, Damian Herrera, Jonathan Jalomo, Andres Lopez, Gabriela Lopez-Osuna, Juan Ochoa-Reyes, Adrian Pineda, Jonah Rogers, Jason Savage, Lee Schmidt, Damian Tabatabai, Mary Taylor
Kingsburg: Andrew Hillis
Madera: David Vega
Mariposa: Jocelynn Mahoney
Merced: Brian Laguna, Luis Prado Salcedo
Oakhurst: Justin Boyter
Paso Robles: Arianna Meleandez
Reedley: Victor Perez
Riverdale: Jesus Cruz
Salinas: Thomas Leonard
San Antonio, TX: Mark Mattison
Sanger: Lucio Villa
Stockton: Reynard Camp, Kylie Coleman,
Tulare: John Sauceda
Turlock: Sarah Abanathie, Juan Navas
Visalia: Frank Barajas
Guadalajara, MX: Juan Ochoa-Reyes