Cambridge House residents graduate from OFPD Senior Police Academy

Session Three graduates are:  John Bagnarelli, Mary Bagnarelli, Mary Ellen Battoe, Sandy Cedarleaf, John Chapas, Lois Corbit, Larry Dedmon, Barb Emanuelson, Phill Goscinski, Edith Hock, Linda Huwer, Ruth Kraft, Alan Neely, Richard Perry, Nina Pfeifer, Curtis Pool, Jackie Skinner, Leona Srnka, Louisa Wagner, Marie Wagoner, Mary Wiegel, Millie Wilson, and Lorraine Wright. (Submitted Photo)

Session Three graduates are: John Bagnarelli, Mary Bagnarelli, Mary Ellen Battoe, Sandy Cedarleaf, John Chapas, Lois Corbit, Larry Dedmon, Barb Emanuelson, Phill Goscinski, Edith Hock, Linda Huwer, Ruth Kraft, Alan Neely, Richard Perry, Nina Pfeifer, Curtis Pool, Jackie Skinner, Leona Srnka, Louisa Wagner, Marie Wagoner, Mary Wiegel, Millie Wilson, and Lorraine Wright. (Submitted Photo)

O’FALLON – Once again the O’Fallon Police Department took the Citizen Academy on the road to the Cambridge House.

Twenty-three residents graduated from the six week Senior Citizen Academy on Friday April 22, 2016.  During the last six weeks, Public Safety personnel trained our graduates on a variety of topics; including Patrol Operations, 911 communications, Medical information, Fire Safety, Investigations and Fraud.

All of the graduates were presented with certificates, official police patch and challenge coin.  They were also treated with cake, punch and a Public Safety Vehicle display.