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New graduates ready to serve in Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office

Pine Bluff, Arkansas – The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office recently celebrated a significant milestone as three of its deputies successfully completed their Basic Law Enforcement Training Course. Deputies Zekeyia Jackson, Derrick Watson Jr., and Robin Woods graduated from the rigorous program on November 8, marking a notable achievement in their law enforcement careers. The ceremony was held at the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy in East Camden.

The training course, which spans 13 weeks and encompasses 538 hours, is meticulously designed to equip students with the foundational skills necessary for law enforcement duties in Arkansas. The comprehensive nature of the program ensures that graduates are well-prepared to serve their communities effectively. Upon completion of this course, along with a one-year probationary period, the deputies will achieve full certification as law enforcement officers.

A spokesperson from the sheriff’s office expressed immense pride in the deputies’ accomplishments, stating, “We are proud of Deputy Jackson’s, Watson Jr.’s, and Woods’ hard work, resilience, and dedication displayed during this training period and look forward to seeing them move forward in their career as law enforcement officers with the JCSO.” This statement reflects the high level of commitment and professionalism expected from the deputies and highlights the sheriff’s office’s support for their continued growth and development in their roles. The successful completion of the training course by Deputies Jackson, Watson Jr., and Woods represents not only a personal triumph but also a valuable addition to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.

Olivia Martinez

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