NWF State College Recognizes Corrections Graduates

NICEVILLE, FL– Northwest Florida State College recently recognized students who successfully completed the Criminal Justice Training Center’s vocational certificate program for Correctional Officer Basic.

The Correctional Officer Basic program at NWF State College serves as a prerequisite for the Florida State Officer Certification Exam (SOCE) and teaches practical skills and field exercises.

“We are extremely proud of each and every one of our Corrections graduates,” said Dr. Devin Stephenson, President of Northwest Florida State College.  “Our Public Safety program continues to produce highly skilled graduates who make a positive impact in our communities.”

Graduates earning a vocational certificate for Law Enforcement Officer Basic (listed alphabetically) : Maya Burrell (Pensacola), Alexis Byrd (Milton), Nefertiti Charles (Milton), Jonathan Chavers (Pensacola), David Cowart (Navarre), Barbara Dedert (Pace), Deo Eckard (Pensacola), Delvin Elliott-Thomas (Crestview), Garrett Hanner (Navarre), Robert Hornak (Crestview), Megan Hubbard (Holt), Tracy Hudson (Milton), John Ingoglia (Milton), Levi Johnson (Niceville), Alexander Jones (Milton), Tayler Kemp (Milton), Caleb Menefee (Milton), Daniel Miller (Crestview), David Myers (Crestview), Kennieth Price (Fort Walton Beach), Jesse Shoemaker (Crestview), Macrina Spaziani (Pensacola), Aaron Stephens (Crestview), Elizabeth Stewart (Milton), Mickey Swaboda (DeFuniak Springs), Antonio Taylor (Pensacola), Christian Wilson (Crestview), Darius Windley (Crestview) and Calvin Zinn (Navarre)

For more information regarding the NWF State College Public Safety program, please contact Belinda Wise at (850) 729-5378 or wiseb1@nwfsc.edu.

Photo Caption: Correctional Officer Basic Class Graduates on November 2.

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