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Cadets graduate from training academy

Posted: 4:39 PM, Aug 03, 2018
Updated: 2018-08-03 17:39:04-04

Twenty-five cadets are now law enforcement officers after graduating from the training academy.

Cadets with the Class of 157 had undergone 14-weeks of training including physical fitness, firearms and criminal law.

They will go on to serve agencies in Lafayette, Abbeville, Acadia Parish, Ville Platte,  St. Martin and New Iberia.

"It’s amazing. All of us go through it, that are officers," said Lt. John Mowell, spokesman for the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office. "And we’re really proud that the Lafayette Sheriff’s Office was able to host this training academy. They just go on everywhere and represent us. So we’re really proud of the accomplishments of everybody here."

Three deputies with the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office recently graduated from the Acadiana Law Enforcement Training Academy.  Pictured above are Training Director Sgt. Seth Cormier, Deputy Garrett Myers, Deputy Christopher Courville, Deputy Tyler Credeur and Sheriff KP Gibson. These deputies will now enter the departments Field Training Program before being assigned to their respective shifts.

Please see the media release below and the attached photo.

Three deputies with the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office recently graduated from the Acadiana Law Enforcement Training Academy.  Pictured above are Training Director Sgt. Seth Cormier, Deputy Garrett Myers, Deputy Christopher Courville, Deputy Tyler Credeur and Sheriff KP Gibson. These deputies will now enter the departments Field Training Program before being assigned to their respective shifts.