New cadets

Twenty-two cadets have completed the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Basic Peace Officer Licensing Course at the Gus George Law Enforcement Academy in Richmond. Top, from left, are Capt. Gregory Johnson, Sgt. Casey Schmidt, Oscar Pedraza, Timothy McCurdy, Stephen Wolff, Branson Audette, Thomas Quinn, Robert Coronado, Carlos Pocasangre III, Michael Citizen, Lt. Jacob David Bentley, and Sgt. Jacob Robbins. Middle row, from left, are Fabbian Pearson, Carlos Viola Miranda, Jeremy Cruz, Hunter Honish, Emma Supernaw, Jacob Denby, Jaylin Brown-Johnson, Shou-En Lee and Sheriff Eric Fagan. Bottom row, from left, are Sgt. Carlos Castillo, Daedrie Gayle, Heather Christian, Kevin Dominguez, Carlos Jaramillo, Jerrell Scott Sr. and April Zimmerman.

While watching the start of their new career, Sheriff Eric Fagan congratulated 22 Gus George Law Enforcement Academy (GGLEA) Cadets of the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Basic Peace Officer Licensing Course, Class No. 42. These Cadets graduated on June 25 during commencement exercises at GGLEA.

The GGLEA prepares cadets to begin a career in law enforcement by teaching the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) Basic Peace Officer Certification Course.

The GGLEA Cadets successfully completed a rigorous six-month schedule of classroom instruction, training and physical assessments.

“We’re proud to have had a hand in shaping the careers of these new peace officers,” Fagan said. “We welcome these men and women to the law enforcement family.”

To learn more about law enforcement education and career opportunities at the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office, please visit www.fbcsheriff.org.

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