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CLC law enforcement skills students graduate

These students completed two years of general education and criminal justice studies and have been through an intense eight-week law enforcement training program.

Law enforcement students sit in two rows of chairs.
Nineteen students graduated from Central Lakes College’s Law Enforcement Skills program Friday, July 8, 2022.
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BRAINERD — Nineteen students graduated from Central Lakes College’s Law Enforcement Skills program Friday, July 8.

These students completed two years of general education and criminal justice studies and have been through an intense eight-week law enforcement training program. This unique program allows students to get in the driver’s seat of new, state-of-the-art squad cars that come with the same software officers use on the streets today. Students are also trained in firearms, defense tactics, using a Taser, chemical aerosol, radar and using LIDAR, which is light detecting and ranging technology.

A group photo of the graduates.
First Row, from left: Beth Towle, McGrath; Victoria Pantelis, Roseville;Kathryn Garin, Brainerd; Bailee Palmer, Sebeka; Masen Barton, Brainerd; Emily Thompson, Garrison; Jenna Lawin, Holdingford; Zaysha Hayes, Onamia; Ava Thompson, Brainerd.<br/>Second Row:&nbsp;Marshall Garbe, Baxter; Colton Gutenkauf, Baxter; Preston Rocheleau, Pierz; Carter Davis, Fairmont; Samuel Adams, Baxter; Andrew Hendrickson, Alexandria; Korbyn D’Ambrogio, Merrifield; Emmitt Winkels, Staples; Cody Christensen, Howard Lake; Michael Radke, Crosby.<br/>Third Row: Dave Davis/skills coordinator.
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Graduates are: Beth Towle, McGrath; Victoria Pantelis, Roseville; Kathryn Garin, Brainerd; Bailee Palmer, Sebeka; Masen Barton, Brainerd; Emily Thompson, Garrison; Jenna Lawin, Holdingford; Zaysha Hayes, Onamia; Ava Thompson, Brainerd; Marshall Garbe, Baxter; Colton Gutenkauf, Baxter; Preston Rocheleau, Pierz; Carter Davis, Fairmont; Samuel Adams, Baxter; Andrew Hendrickson, Alexandria; Korbyn D’Ambrogio, Merrifield; Emmitt Winkels, Staples; Cody Christensen, Howard Lake; Michael Radke, Crosby.

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