//VPD Graduates Class from 27th Citizens Police Academy

VPD Graduates Class from 27th Citizens Police Academy

City of Valdosta Press Release:

Congratulations to the Valdosta citizens who, after many weeks of behind-the-scenes training with the Valdosta Police Department (VPD), graduated from the 27th Citizens Police Academy on June 14. Chief of Police Brian Childress presented each graduate with a certificate and a police department bag. The program, which is offered in the spring and the fall, is designed to educate citizens and the business community about the services provided by the VPD and to establish a community partnership. The next CPA will start in September 2018. Interested citizens should contact Capt. Kari Williams at 229-293-3099 for an application. 

IN PHOTO Back Row: Police Chief Brian Childress, Lt. Brent Johnson , Community Policing Officer Randall Hancock, Commander Bernard Robinson, Isaac Nesbitt, Thomas Goodin, Officer Darrell Lester,  Ed Doherty, Nancy Robinson VPD Records Tech, Officer Scot Miesbauer,  Front Row: Lt. Earl Durrance, Kelsey Durrance, William Smith, Rebecca Smith, Shelbie Benefield, Maranda Newman, Tim Vickers, Lt. Kari Williams, Wesley Robinson, Michael Rice, Isabelle Mazwkiewicz, Lt. Adam Bembry, Melita Coy, Martha Mazwkiewicz, Patricia Scoby, Garrett Herring (Graduates Not Pictured: Nicole Anderson, Jessie Baltezore, Eric Mathis, Christopher McMichen, Kallie Rasmussen, and Mary Brantley)