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Local officers graduate from Criminal Justice Academy

Nov 27, 2019
New police officers at their recent graduation from Maine Criminal Justice Academy.

Augusta — Maine’s 62 newest police officers have graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy, among them officers with Belfast Police, Bucksport Police and the Waldo County Sheriff's Office.

The new officers completed 18 weeks of study and training. Among the topics studied were crime scene processing, first aid, traffic and criminal law, domestic violence and sexual assault.

Farmington Police Chief Jack Peck, who is president of the Maine Chiefs of Police Association, told the new officers to “stay humble, polite and professional. Have compassion, and always be fair.”

The new local officers are Kyle M. Masse of Belfast Police, Gerald F. Lowe and Christopher D. Woodman of Bucksport Police, and Anthony B. Nucolo of the Waldo County Sheriff's Office.

 

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