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Southern Maryland Welcomes 39 New Police Officers, 16 New Deputies in Charles, 13 in St. Mary’s, and 10 in Calvert

Charles County Sheriff Troy D. Berry is proud to announce sixteen new officers will join the Charles County Sheriff’s Office after their graduation from the Southern Maryland Criminal Justice Academy (SMCJA) Police Entrance Level Training Program. The officers were among a total of 39 candidates – ten with Calvert County and thirteen with St. Mary’s County – who graduated on November 5. “Graduating from the Academy requires dedication, perseverance, tenacity, and many sacrifices. The graduates and their families persevered for 6 months to finish this program, and we are very proud. Of course, none of this would be possible without top-notch instruction. Many thanks to the SMCJA staff and guest instructors for providing excellent training to these recruits,” said Sheriff Berry. Director of the SMCJA, Captain Bobby Jones of Calvert County, welcomed the graduates and their families and spoke about the training program that started in April 2021 and included over 1,000 hours of instruction. The Academy’s Board of Directors — Charles County Sheriff Troy D. Berry, St. Mary’s County Sheriff Timothy K. Cameron and Calvert County Sheriff Mike Evans — also spoke about the graduates’ new career and the difficulties and rewards each of them will encounter. Charles County […]

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