The Frederick Police Department is pleased to announce the upcoming 55th Frederick Police Academy
The 55th student officer class of the Frederick Police Department is set to commence on November 18, 2013. The 7 month course of study and practical application will be conducted at the Frederick Police Department's Charles V. Main Training Center.
The students will receive intensive training in a variety of areas throughout the Academy. Some of the areas of instruction will include Police Ethics, Cultural Diversity, Laws of Arrest, Search and Seizure, Report Writing, Firearms Training, Emergency Vehicle Operations, Collision Investigation and various topics within the field of Mental Illness.
Graduation is set for June 20, 2014.
The attendees will include 9 Student Officers for the Frederick Police Department, 5 Student Deputies from the Frederick County Sheriffs Office and 2 Student Officers from Laurel Police Department.
The student officers for each agency are as follows:
Frederick Police Department: Frederick County Sheriffs Office:
Bentley IV, George Richard Kohler, Shawn Ambrose
Deatrich, Tyler Lee Malocha, Alexis Rene
Fast, Matthew Ryan Maye, Colin Patrick
Grimes, Daniel Carter Stahlke, Michael Patrick
Kowalsky, Kristen Ann Voland, David Franklin Trogle
Urbanawicz, Daniel Francis
Wharton, Patrick Michael Laurel Police Department:
Wilson, Benjamin Lewis Dameron, Michael Lee
Wolfe, Kyrie Laken Lagarde, Keith Douglas
Please contact Sgt. Sean Carr, Supervisor of the Training Unit, at (301) 600-1237 if any additional information is needed.
Officer preparing press release: Sgt. Sean Carr
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