(Shelby, NC) – Six students from the Cleveland Community College Basic Law Enforcement program were recently honored for their achievements during a special graduation program held in the Mildred H. Keeter Auditorium on the CCC campus.
CCC Coordinator Basic Law Enforcement, Aaron Vassey, gave an overview of the BLET program and BLET student Paul Creaman served as speaker for the ceremony. Vassey also gave the final roll call for the class and presented the graduates.
The graduating class also had a 100% passing rate on their first attempt on the State law enforcement exam. Each of the graduates is now eligible to be sworn as a law enforcement officer through the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission and/or the North Carolina Sheriff’s Education and Training Commission once they are hired by a law enforcement agency.
For more information about the BLET program at CCC contact Aaron Vassey at 704-669-4005 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Front row, l-r: Paul Ryan Creasman, Alycia Nicole Pueschel, Dustin Wayne Tessneer
Back row, l-r: Joshua Cody Stamey, Jonathon Adam Spiering, Garvis Joe Ross III