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8 complete Nash law enforcement academy

Posted on January 9, 2022

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Nash Community College basic law enforcement training graduates are pictured in a class photo. In the front row from left are Donald McLemore Watkins Jr., Tristen Richard Orr, Diego Nicolas Roggero and Robert Scott Simmons. In the back row from left are Tanner Wolcott Dana, Derrick Lamont Coleman, Corey Lamont Horton Jr. and Terrance Cutchin.

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Nash Community College basic law enforcement training graduates are pictured in a class photo. In the front row from left are Donald McLemore Watkins Jr., Tristen Richard Orr, Diego Nicolas Roggero and Robert Scott Simmons. In the back row from left are Tanner Wolcott Dana, Derrick Lamont Coleman, Corey Lamont Horton Jr. and Terrance Cutchin.

ROCKY MOUNT — Eight cadets recently completed basic law enforcement training at Nash Community College.

The academy graduates listed below with their sponsoring agencies or the agencies that hired them upon graduation participated in rigorous physical and classroom state commission-mandated topics and methods of instruction covering topics related to legal, criminal, juvenile, civil, traffic, investigative, patrol, custody, court procedures, emergency responses, ethics, community relations and more during their respective 21-week academies.

• Donald McLemore Watkins Jr., hired by the Rocky Mount Police Department.

• Tristen Richard Orr, hired by the Rocky Mount Police Department.

• Diego Nicolas Roggero, hired by the Rocky Mount Police Department.

• Robert Scott Simmons, sponsored by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.

• Tanner Wolcott Dana, hired by the Rocky Mount Police Department.

• Derrick Lamont Coleman, hired by the Rocky Mount Police Department.

• Corey Lamont Horton Jr., sponsored by the Nash County Sheriff’s Office.

• Terrance Cutchin, sponsored by the Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office.

Upon successful completion of all units of study, law enforcement graduates are eligible to take the certification examination mandated by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission and the North Carolina Sheriffs’ Education and Training Standards Commission.

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