Three graduates of Seminole State College of Florida’s Law Enforcement Academy were sworn in as Seminole County Sheriff’s Office deputies on Monday, Oct. 24.
Seminole County Undersheriff Steve Harriett swore in Anthony Moncion, Michelle Pace and Satish Mahajan.
They all successfully completed the 770-hour program, which consists of classes in Criminal Investigations, Traffic Crash Investigations, Defensive Tactics, Firearms, First Aid and Vehicle Operations.
Seminole State has been training Central Florida’s law enforcement professionals since 1969.
For more information and eligibility requirements, go to the Criminal Justice website.
Seminole State's Center for Public Safety is a statewide educational resource for all aspects of criminal justice, fire science and EMS. In addition to preparing future first responders, the Center for Public Safety also provides advanced, specialized and in-service training for current law enforcement officers, firefighters, EMTs and paramedics. For more information, please visit the Public Safety website.
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