Congratulations to the graduates of EHOVE Adult Career Center’s Police Academy. Students in the program learn the skills they need to become certified as a basic Police Officer in the State of Ohio. They learn about and utilize firearms, defensive tactics, driving techniques, traffic enforcement and more.
- Samuel Goodrich (Lorain) - Top Academic Award, VIP
- Adam Frost (Sandusky) - Top Physical Fitness Award, VIP
- Cody Savidge (Huron) - Top Driving Award
- Noah Kocher (Norwalk) - Top Gun Award
- Brett Bartson (Fremont) - VIP
- Mary Kaman (Clyde)
- Levi Aldrich (Fremont)
- Haley Lynema (North Fairfield)
- Gerald Broeckel (Norwalk)
The Police Academy was 750 hours and ran Sep 9, 2019 – Feb 12, 2020. At the March 13 graduation ceremony, Chief Michael Conney from Norwalk Police Department was the instructor speaker and Samuel Goodrich was the student speaker.
Police Academy VIPs are students designated to take photos and videos of their Police Academy experience. They are trusted to professionally post them on official EHOVE social media channels. You can view their posts by find EHOVE Police Academy on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. This additional skill of managing social media is a valuable asset for graduates' resumes, as many police departments utilize social media as part of their community outreach and general communication.
Applicants are being accepted now for the next session of EHOVE Police Academy. If you or someone you know is interested in attending, please find more information at www.EHOVE.net or call 419-499-4663.
PHOTO (L-R): Cody Savidge, Samuel Goodrich, Haley Lynema, Adam Frost, EHOVE Police Academy Commander Jim Bond, Norwalk Police Department Chief Mike Conney, Mary Kaman, Brett Bartson, Gerald Broeckel, Levi Aldrich, Noah Kocher.