NWF State College recognizes Law Enforcement graduates

April 25, 2017

NICEVILLE- On April 24, Northwest Florida State College recognized students who successfully completed the Criminal Justice Training Center’s vocational certificate program for Law Enforcement Basic Training during the spring 2017 academic semester.spring 2017 law enforcement grads

CJTC graduates are now eligible to take the State Officer Certification Exam. After passing the Florida exam, graduates can become employed as sworn police officers in the state of Florida.

The Law Enforcement Academy at NWF State College is an intense, 800-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 and evening academies beginning in the fall and spring semesters.


Students graduating with a vocational certificate in Law Enforcement Basic Training (listed alphabetically):

Matthew Armitage (Navarre), Tyler Caley (Crestview), Clinton Clemens (Ft. Walton Beach), Timothy Cole (Milton), Christina Dus (Ft. Walton Beach), Sierra Eakins (Niceville), Jerry Hooks (Ft. Walton Beach), Daniel Imhof (Pace), Lisa Lignal (Milton), Robert Lusk (DeFuniak Springs), Warren McCullough (Harrison, Ark.), Patrick Mooney (Shalimar), Christopher Parsons (Niceville), Kirkland Payne (Ft. Walton, Beach), Cody Ray (Kinston, Ala.), Alberto Rodriguez (Niceville), Alexis Rose (DeFuniak Springs), Brianna Stewart (DeFuniak Springs), Edward Williams (DeFuniak Springs), Thomas Young (Crestview)