On Friday, February 17, 2017, three Correctional Officers graduated from the 56th Corrections Officer Entrance Level Training Program, held at the Southern Maryland Criminal Justice Academy. The program requires each Correctional Officer to complete an eight-week, 320 hour Basic Corrections Academy, which exceeds the state minimum for all Correctional Officers working in local Correctional Facilities across Maryland.
Sheriff Tim Cameron congratulated the graduates and conferred their certificates of completion. Command representatives from the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office joined the family, friends, and guests of the graduates, honoring their graduation.
Correctional Officer Tiffany Smith, along with Correctional Officer Trey Brown from Charles County Sheriff’s Office, were selected as the class speaker by their peers.
On behalf of Sheriff Tim Cameron and the men and women of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, it is our pleasure to welcome the Southern Maryland Criminal Justice Academy 56th Session graduates:
Correctional Officer Monica Moncivais-Romero
Correctional Officer Tiffany Smith
Correctional Officer Thomas Bowen
|(L-R) Correctional Officer Thomas Bowen, Correctional Officer Tiffany Smith, and Correctional Officer Monica Moncivais-Romero|