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30 new officers graduate from law enforcement training academy in east Vancouver

Training facility close to home benefits recruits, reduces time to get certified, officials say

By Becca Robbins, Columbian staff reporter
Published: May 30, 2024, 6:07am
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Clark County Sheriff John Horch, right, swears in new recruits, from left, Deputies Nathan Smith, Caleb Madarieta and Ryan Bylsma after they graduated May 21 from the regional law enforcement training academy in Vancouver during a ceremony at ilani. The new deputies were part of the first graduating class from the Vancouver academy, which opened in January at the former location of Image Elementary School.
Clark County Sheriff John Horch, right, swears in new recruits, from left, Deputies Nathan Smith, Caleb Madarieta and Ryan Bylsma after they graduated May 21 from the regional law enforcement training academy in Vancouver during a ceremony at ilani. The new deputies were part of the first graduating class from the Vancouver academy, which opened in January at the former location of Image Elementary School. (Contributed by the Clark County Sheriff’s Office) Photo Gallery

“First to attend, next to serve.” That was the motto of the inaugural class of recruits who graduated last week from the regional law enforcement training academy in Vancouver.

Thirty recruits representing 13 law enforcement agencies from across the state were the first to finish training at the Vancouver campus.

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