NWF State College recognizes Corrections Academy graduates

June 6, 2016

On June 3, Northwest Florida State College recognized students who successfully completed the Criminal Justice Training Center's vocational certificate program for Corrections Basic Training. The graduates are now eligible to take the State Officer Certification Exam. Once they pass the Florida exam, they can become employed as sworn corrections officers in the state of Florida. 

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. The Criminal Justice Training Center offers day corrections academies beginning in the fall and spring semesters. For information, contact the Criminal Justice Department at 850-729-5378 or see the program’s website.


The graduates (in alphabetical order) are: Vincent Andersen of Gulf Breeze; Joanna Arntz of DeFuniak Springs; John Basilio of Crestview; Matthew Bishop of Gulf Breeze; Arnette Boyce of Cantonment; Sharon Burelle of Pensacola; Jacob Burkins of Milton; Johnathan Campbell of DeFuniak Springs; Joel Carden of Crestview; Nicholas Dishler of Milton; Dustin Dotson of Milton; Robert Dunahoo of Pensacola; Matthew Estes of Fort Walton Beach; Jeana Folcik of Gulf Breeze; William Goss of Navarre; Brian Graham of Pensacola; Trent Greger of Crestview; Chareese Harding of Pensacola; Ryan Hines of DeFuniak Springs; Jose Ibanez of Gulf Breeze; Taylor Ice of Gulf Breeze; Kenneth Johnson of Pensacola; Clayton Jones of Freeport; Charles Klock of Pensacola; Joshua Land of Milton; Evan Manners of Pace; Emmitt Matthews of Florala; Robert McLaughlin of Milton; Jessica Mock of Crestview; James Morgan of Opp; Allyson Orsa of Baker; Gordon Remington of Samson, Ala.; Skye Sanfilippo of Pensacola; Eugenia Senterfitt of Crestview; Charles Taunton of DeFuniak Springs; Wesley Vandenabeele of Milton; Cody Walker of Pensacola; Edward Woolbright of Panama City Beach.