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MPTC Randolph Police Academy

The Randolph Police Academy’s 3rd Recruit Officer Course began on May 4 with 60 student officers from 28 municipal departments and the Mass. Environmental Police. The full-time academy will run 26 weeks with an anticipated graduation on October 30, 2015.  The first day of the academy is designed to introduce student officers to the highly structured and demanding educational environment of the MPTC academy and lay the foundation for professional orientation week which introduces student officers to the academy’s training and education in a structured environment.  The four core values that are stressed in the first week are integrity, the law,  fitness, and community/neighborhood policing.

The content of this blog was written by MPTC Academy Director Lara Thomas.

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