After getting a behind-the-scenes look at the Newton Police Department, participants in the 2016 Newton Citizens Police Academy graduated recently. Pictured, from left, are Capt. Mark Beal, Capt. Michael Sullivan, Christopher LeFevers, Tera Rockett, Bruce Rockett, Patricia Spencer, Rosalyn Barker, Chief Don Brown and Maj. Tim Hayes.
NEWTON, N.C. (June 16, 2016) – Members of the 2016 Newton Citizens Police Academy were honored during a recent graduation ceremony.
Academy participants spent six weeks learning about the services and operations of the Newton Police Department. Topics included support services, patrol duties, investigations, narcotics, animal control, code enforcement and firearms. Each session was led by a Newton officer.
Newton Police Chief Don Brown thanked the graduates for participating in the academy.
“Just by being here, you’ve helped open lines of communication and strengthened the bonds between Newton’s officers and the community,” Brown said.
Graduates of this year’s academy include Rosalyn Barker, Christopher LeFevers, Bruce Rockett, Tera Rockett and Patricia Spencer.
The Newton Citizens Police Academy is a free annual program that offers residents the chance to learn about police department services and operations. For more information, contact Capt. Mark Beal at firstname.lastname@example.org.