July 29, 2014
Almost all of the 17 cadets in the Anne Arundel Community College Police Academy program had obtained jobs or were being processed for jobs in criminal justice prior to the July 24 convocation that recognized the students’ success.
Finishing the program with a 4.0 grade-point-average are Sean P. Gilligan of Hanover, class commander, and Reynolds Peele of Elkridge, drill master.
Other cadets are Reine Benissan-C of Laurel, Justin V. Daniels of Annapolis, Matthew R. DaRe of Millersville, Thomas J. Hawk Jr.of Lothian, Dwayne K. Humphries of Odenton, Keith A. Krikstan of Waldorf, Stephon D. Lee of Capitol Heights, Russell Loenichen of Crofton, Robert McDermott of Glen Burnie, Thomas L. Moretti of Frederick, Daniel E. Ruffin of Gambrills, Nathaniel Saunders of Capitol Heights, Louis A. Speight of Indian Head, Syed N. Tariq of Bowie and Mildred Taveras of Pasadena.
Giving the Commencement Address was Anne Arundel County Police Chief Kevin Davis, with additional remarks by Albert L. Liebno, deputy director of the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions.
The Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Police Academy Option is part of AACC’s Homeland Security and Criminal Justice Institute. For information about the institute’s programs, visit the AACC Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice