despp: 341st Class of Police Officer Standards and Training Council to Graduate

Department of Emergency Services &
Public Protection
Public Information Office
1111 Country Club Road
Middletown, Connecticut 06457
Rueben Bradford
Thomas E. Flaherty
Police Academy Administrator
September 10, 2013



341st Recruit Class of the Police Officer Standards and Training Council to Graduate

Ceremony to Take Place on September 11, 2013

   The Police Officer Standards and Training Council (POST) proudly announces the graduation of Recruit Class #341.  The class of 50 Police Officers, representing 29 departments from across the state, recently completed their 23 weektraining program.

   A graduation ceremony will be held at Central Connecticut State University’s Welte Auditorium in New Britain on Wednesday, September 11, 2013, at 6:00 pm. 

   The class roster consists of police officers representing police departments in Guilford, Willimantic, Wallingford, East Hartford, Old Saybrook, Norwich, Stamford, Hartford, West Hartford, Groton City, Norwalk, East Haven, Yale University, Wethersfield, Coventry, Plainfield, Canton, University of Connecticut, Brookfield, Trumbull, Southern Conn. State University, Southington, Shelton, Bristol, UConn Health Center, New Britain, Bloomfield, Orange, Mashantucket Pequot and Danbury.

   The recruits have been undergoing intensive daily training at the Connecticut Police Academy, focusing on Connecticut Penal Code, Laws of Arrest, Search and Seizure, Motor Vehicle Law, Constitutional Law, Juvenile Procedures, Domestic Violence, Medical Response Technician, Firearms, Defensive Tactics, Handcuffing, Criminal Investigation, Interview and Interrogation, Suspect Identification, Crime Scene Response, Conflict Management and a host of shorter topics.  Their curriculum also includes several days of practical skills training such as Accident Investigation, Directing Traffic and Responding to various scenarios.



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