NWF State College recognizes Corrections Academy graduates

April 18, 2017

NICEVILLE- On April 17, Northwestcorrections graduates spring 2017 Florida State College recognized students who successfully completed the Criminal Justice Training Center's vocational certificate program for Corrections Basic Training.

The Corrections Academy at NWF State College is an intense, 420-hour program that provides students with instruction in a comprehensive curriculum mandated by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Graduates of this program are now eligible to take the State Officer Certification Exam.

Graduates earning a vocational certificate for Corrections (listed alphabetically): Laderius Beattie (Pensacola), Dennis Bessette (Milton), Tyler Bingham (Crestview), John Cahn (Pensacola), Amber Corley (Milton), Thomas Crain (Ft. Walton Beach), Steve Eley (Ft. Walton Beach), Charlton Esmond (Navarre), Aundrea Hall (Atmore, Ala.), Sabrina Hollan (Pensacola), Bryan Jones (Pace), Sara Kennedy (Milton), Deloree Knight (Pensacola), Keilly Knight (Navarre), Andrew Londrow (Milton), Jessica Lucas (Wing, Ala.), Tyler Martin (Milton), Rachel May (Jay), Joshua Oaks (Milton), James Oliver (Pace), Cherquilla Osborne (Pensacola), Khadijah Ranaldson (Pensacola), Lisa Smith (Pace), Michael Sowell (Pensacola), Clyde Thompson (Baker), Frank Tigano (Milton), Quintarries Upshaw (Pensacola), Kerry Urbaniak (Pace), Ashley Wynn (Pensacola), Cory Young (Niceville)