Jim Sánchez/ Conexión San Ángelo

SAN ANGELO – “Tell me how you will treat those who you come into contact with who are lost in this world and need guidance and I will tell you who you are.” “Make sure you are willing to serve those who need your help, no matter who they are” said the Honorable Judge, Eddie Howard.

Judge Howard, who is the Precinct 4 Judge of Tom Green County, was the guest speaker at the Concho Valley Council of Governments Regional Law Enforcement Academy’s graduation. Judge Howard spoke to the cadets, their family and friends about the content and character of being a law enforcement official.

Among the 22 cadets to graduate was Kimberly M. Ingram. Kimberly was one of four females to receive her certificate.

CVCOG’s 73rd Regional Law Enforcement Academy graduation took place Thursday evening May 24 at the McNease Convention Center as 22 cadets walked across the stage to receive their certificates. 

The cadets began their journey toward this day last August 14, as they completed a 762-hour academy, learning basic law enforcement skills.

The Regional Academy is supported by and serves fourteen counties while conducting both the basic peace officer academy as well as the in-service training for law enforcement officers throughout the region. 

Below are the names of the 2018 Academy graduates: 

Juan G. Avila, Victor D. Barber, Arleen R. Castillo, Edward S. Castro, Dominique Coverson, Adrian M. Gomez, Quinton J. Havlak, Jeremy B. Hayes, Kimberley M. Ingram, Eric P. Jones, Martin B. Lopez, Jeffery A. McCartney, Patrick A. McMillian, Brittany N. Medrano, Mike Morris, Luis A. Osornio, Taylor Pattillo, Taylor L. Rodriguez, Jose M. Rodriguez, Justin D. Ruiz, Rosie M. Sanchez and Jaron L. Young.

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