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19 to graduate today from public safety training
by Tribune Staff
Feb 10, 2012 | 1040 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print


CARSON CITY — After spending over five months in training at the Department of Public Safety’s Training Division academy in Carson City, 19 members of Academy 65 will graduate today and become Nevada’s newest law enforcement officers. Seventeen graduates are going to be assigned as troopers while the other two will begin their careers as parole and probation officers.

The graduates and the duty stations where each will serve are:

Marisa Adams, Parole and Probation, Carson City; Saul Bermudez, Highway Patrol, Tonopah; Travis Bowlen, Highway Patrol, Las Vegas; Edward Boynton, Highway Patrol, Ely; Rodney Cantrell, Highway Patrol, Hawthorne; Nevzat Celik, Highway Patrol, Las Vegas; Theodore Czajkowski, Highway Patrol, Las Vegas; Duncan Dauber, Highway Patrol, Reno; Karen Escobar, Highway Patrol, Reno; Sean Malloy, Highway Patrol, Las Vegas; Shawn Morrow, Highway Patrol, Las Vegas; Nicholas O’Connor, Highway Patrol, Las Vegas; Amber Poehl, Highway Patrol, Las Vegas; Christopher Shorten, Parole and Probation, Carson City; Andrew Speakman, Highway Patrol, Las Vegas; Jeremy Tye, Highway Patrol, Las Vegas; Ashlee Wellman, Highway Patrol, Las Vegas; Adam Whitmarsh, Highway Patrol, Las Vegas; Christopher Wirtanen, Highway Patrol, Battle Mountain.

The graduation ceremony will take place at 11 a.m. today in the Carson Nugget Casino Ballroom.
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