Community College of Beaver County’s Municipal Police Training Academy graduated its December 2013 on Saturday, December 21 at 10:30 a.m. in the College’s Athletics and Events Center as 21 new cadets joined the force.

Opening Remarks were made by Dr. Melissa D. Denardo, Provost and Vice President for Learning and Student Success, followed by a reading of “The Badge” by Chief Sam Woncheck, an address by Class President Brian Watkins.

Beaver County District Attorney Anthony Berosh served as the keynote speaker.

Robert Grimm, Director of CCBC’s Police Academy, presented the cadets with Certificates of Graduation.

Cadet Class 2013-01 of the Municipal Police Training Academy at Community College of Beaver County are:

  • Christian Constantini
  • Debra Crump
  • Maria Cuccaro
  • Richard D’uva
  • Joseph Daransky
  • Kyle Fabyanic
  • Sarah Gruzinski
  • Paul Herr
  • Nicollette Jena
  • Michael Klein
  • James Knatz
  • Dale Kozarovich
  • Shannon Leslie
  • Matthew Neubert
  • Roy Peterson
  • Brian Reeves
  • Jonnie Schooley
  • Joshua Shaw
  • Christopher Smith
  • Justin Warren
  • Brian Watkins

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Community College of Beaver County is an open door admissions institution. The College provides more than 60 programs of study, offering students the opportunity to earn associate degrees, certificates and diplomas in such areas as the arts and sciences, aviation, business, health careers, human service, and technologies as well as non-credit enrichment courses and workforce development programs for the community and surrounding areas. Dedicated to helping more students succeed, CCBC is also an Achieving the Dream Leader College.