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13-125 All Set For Graduation Ceremony For Spanish For Law Enforcement Level II Course

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
Support Services Bureau
-Training Division

Instructor: Sandy Springer

18 members from the Patrol Operations, Detentions and Corrections, Investigative Operations and Support Services Bureau will be graduating.

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is recognizing members who have completed Level II of Spanish Language for Law Enforcement with a graduation ceremony.

This is the fourth year that the Sheriff’s Office has offered Spanish language courses to its members.

The course is tailored specifically to the needs of Law Enforcement and was established in an effort to better serve the growing Hispanic population of Pinellas County.

The ceremony will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11, 2013.

The ceremony will be held at the Healthcare Division Read-Off Room located at 14400 49th Street North in Clearwater.

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is recognizing 18 members who have successfully completed Spanish for Law Enforcement Level II (a two-year program.)

The graduation of the group highlights the Sheriff’s Office continuing commitment to a program that has been tailored to the specific needs of Law Enforcement; and was designed in an effort to better serve the Spanish speaking community of Pinellas County.

The Sheriff’s Office plans to continue the program next fall with two Spanish Level I courses; and one Spanish Level II course offered.

The course originally began as a year-long program and has expanded and evolved into a two-year long curriculum.

The media is invited to cover the graduation ceremony. For further information, please contact the Public Information Office at 727-582-6221.

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