Date Posted: Friday, June 30th, 2017
- Delaware State Police Training Academy Headquarters Complex, 1453 North DuPont Highway, Dover, DE
DATE and TIME:
- Friday June 30, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.
Graduating Cadet Class 2017:
- Jacob Abbott Conrad High School
- Jenna D. Beers Sussex Academy
- Benjamin W. Conrad Cab Calloway School of the Arts
- Brian J. Dennis Brandywine High School
- Jacob A. Engelskirch Delmar High School
- Noah A. Faircloth Collierville High School
- Erica M. Graves First State Military Academy
- Charles N. Lane William Penn High School
- Dylan J. Lane Polytech High School
- Mehrab A. Noor Newark High School
- Nadira J. Pratt William Penn High School
- Simran Sethi Mark’s High School
- Noah G. Tuohey MOT Charter High School
Awards for Trooper Youth Week 2017
- Most Outstanding- Cadet Noah G. Tuohey (this cadet demonstrated a combination of initiative, leadership and teamwork throughout the week)
- Core Values– Cadet Simran Sethi (this cadet best demonstrated the 7 Core Values of the Delaware State Police Academy: Honor, Integrity, Courage, Loyalty, Attitude, Discipline, and Service)
- Selected as class speaker- Erica M. Graves
- Robert M. Coupe – Secretary, Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security
- Colonel Nathaniel McQueen – Superintendent, Delaware State Police
- Vice Commander Maryanna Moderhak -Department of Delaware American Legion, Inc.
Dover – The Delaware State Police and The American Legion held Trooper Youth Week Graduation exercises Friday afternoon, June 30, 2017, at the Delaware State Police Training Academy in Dover Delaware.
13 young men and women from across the State, that endured a weeklong training regimen which parallels much of what a Delaware State Trooper would undergo while attending the State Police Training Academy, were awarded their graduation certificates.
In addition to the rigors of the daily physical fitness schedule, the cadets attended classes that ranged from crash investigation to evidence detection and fraud investigation. During the entire week the cadets took up residence at the academy to give them a better understanding about the profession of law enforcement and what it takes to become a police officer.
This is the 46th year for Trooper Youth Week and without the sponsorship of the American Legion the program could not be possible.
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