Program gives students skills for entry-level employment as law enforcement officers.
Sixteen students graduated from Johnston Community College's Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program on May 8.
The 17-week certification program is designed to give students essential skills required for entry-level employment as law enforcement officers with state, county, or municipal governments with private enterprise.
The following students earned their BLET certification Daryle Meadows Jr. of Angier; Charles Edward Eason Jr. of Smithfield; Michael Simon of Clayton; Trevor Shattuck of Clayton; Daniel Bailey of Zebulon; Joseph Martin of Selma; Monique Joyner of Selma; Kiana Williams of Smithfield; Amber Evans of Benson; Matthew Philpot of Selma; Carmen Hicks of Garner; Erik Martinez of Benson; Peter Severance of Smithfield; Taylor Heath of La Grange; Kaycee Auton of Benson; Miguel Renteria of Smithfield.
JCC is currently accepting BLET registration for the fall semester. For more information about BLET at JCC, please contact Kevin N. Driver at (919) 464-2352.
Cut line: Pictured from left to right are starting on the back row are Matthew Philpot; Erik Martinez; Peter Severance; Michael Simon; Daryle Meadows Jr.; Charles Edward Eason; Trevor Shattuck; Joseph Martin; on the front row are Carmen Hicks; Kaycee Auton; Kiana Williams; Taylor Heath; Daniel Bailey; Miguel Renteria; Amber Evans and Monique Joyner.