Program is currently registering students for August 2017.
Sixteen students graduated from Johnston Community College's Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program on Dec. 9.
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: Sarah Kurtz of Clayton; Hailey Beasley of Four Oaks; Stephanie Williams of Smithfield; Nicholas Kurkowski of Benson; Corey Villnave of Dunn; Eric Brenegan of Clayton; Kevin Letarte of Coats; Dario Alvarado of Erwin; William Beasley of Four Oaks; Dana Murray of Holly Springs; Maurice Lipscomb, Jr. of Yanceyville; Quinton Rhue of Princeton; Reggie Griffin of Fuquay-Varina; Joshua McNeill of Dunn; Nathan Stewart of Wilson's Mills; Stephen Long of Garner
For more information about BLET at JCC, please contact Kevin N. Driver at (919) 464-2352.
Cut line: Pictured from left to right on the front row are Sara Kurtz, Hailey Beasley, Stephanie Williams, Nicholas Kurkowski; second row, Corey Villnave, Eric Brenegan, Kevin Letarte, Dario Alvarado, William Beasley, Dana Murray; back row, Maurice Lipscomb, Jr, Quinton Rhue, Reggie Griffin, Joshua McNeill, Nathan Stewart, Stephen Long.