Maine’s 50 newest police officers have graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro. The new officers, who come from the local, county and state ranks, have spent 18 weeks at the academy in study and training. The graduation speaker was Kennebec County Sheriff Randy Liberty, who also serves as President of the Maine Sheriff’s Association. Among the many topics the officers studied were crime scene processing, emergency vehicle operation, first aid, traffic and criminal law, domestic violence and sexual assault.
New officers graduating locally from the Academy were Cody Haverly-Johndro, of the Old Town Police Department, and Peter Wentworth, of the Orono Police Department.


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