Program is currently registering cadets for fall semester.
Sixteen students graduated from Johnston Community College’s Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program on May 4.
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: Christopher Keon of Four Oaks; Haley Gilmore of Clayton; Morgan McKinney of Benson; Antonio Castaneda of Goldsboro; Travis Hollomon of Clayton; James Kofahl of Goldsboro; Sean McGovern of Selma; Justin Johnson of Clayton; Zachary Finch of Benson; Jacob Schlieman of Lillington; Bailey Tart of Angier; Christopher Eason of Dunn; Dawson Bowen of Selma; Austin Hillis of Kenly; Jose Perez-Apodaca of Wendell; and Jewel Black of Cary.
The program is currently registering cadets for the fall semester. Classes begin Aug. 15. For an application packet or for more information about BLET at JCC, please contact Will McIntosh at (919) 464-2352.
Cut line: Pictured with flag Christopher Keon; from left to right on the front row are Haley Gilmore; Morgan McKinney; Antonio Castaneda; Travis Hollomon; James Kofahl; and Sean McGovern; second row, Justin Johnson; Zachary Finch; Jacob Schlieman; Bailey Tart; Christopher Eason; Dawson Bowen; Austin Hillis; and Jose Perez-Apodaca. Not pictured is Jewel Black.