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SUNY Canton Recognizes the Area’s Newest Police Officers

Thursday, June 12th, 2014

Some of the newest officers in the North Country started their careers through the David Sullivan-St. Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy at SUNY Canton.

Twenty-six cadets recently completed the rigorous training necessary to graduate, according to Academy Director Albert R. “Sonny” Duquette.

The 2014 graduating class of David Sullivan-St. Lawrence County Police Academy at SUNY canton stand with the Academy Director Albert R. “Sonny” Duquette (center).

The 2014 graduating class of David Sullivan-St. Lawrence County Police Academy at SUNY canton stand with the Academy Director Albert R. “Sonny” Duquette (center).

“The cadets graduated with a full sense of how to do their job, and do it well,” he said. “Our goal is to make our training exceed what is offered at other academies. We want all of our officers to be the best at helping their communities.”

Cadets who completed their training and became sworn officers of area police agencies include:

  • Ryan J. Cole, Canton Police Department
  • Dustin D. Currier, Massena Police Department
  • Ryan E. Davis, Ogdensburg Police Department
  • Brian R. Guiney, Fort Edwards Police Department (No Picture)
  • Kory M. Keefer, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
  • Brittany E. Kenyon, Ogdensburg Police Department
  • Jason W. Knapp, Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office
  • Marvin J. Laffin, Norfolk Police Department
  • Sean M. Lasala, Norwood Police Department
  • Robert W. Lent, Jr., St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office
  • Brandon S. Murray, Norfolk Police Department
  • Kevin M. O’Connell, St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office
  • Justin R. Polniak, Ogdensburg Police Department
  • Benjamin M. Rockwood, St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office
  • Craig A. Rogers, Sackets Harbor Police Department
  • Andrew W. Stone, Norwood Police Department
  • Heidy L. Tharrett, Sackets harbor Police Department
  • Mollie J. Towles, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
  • Cory A. Williams, Antwerp Police Department
  • Khrystyna Yefremova, Athens Police Department

Cadets who completed the pre-employment course in preparation for their future careers as police officers include:

  • Ryan F. Dean
  • Kinga Kanczura
  • Daniel P. LaDue
  • Kelly S. LaPrade
  • Isaac D. Lashomb
  • Eric C. Miles

The Law Enforcement Academy at SUNY Canton provides further career and educational options for those studying in the criminal justice fields. Students in the college’s Law Enforcement Leadership program can complete their senior-level internship by participating in the academy training.

Cadets learn from current and former law enforcement professionals. Topics of study include defensive tactics, evidence collection, photography, radio communications, courtroom testimony, interviews and interrogations, among other topics.

 

About SUNY Canton

SUNY Canton is Northern New York’s premier college for career-driven bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and certificate programs. The college delivers quality hands-on programs in engineering technology, health, management and public service. Faculty members are noted for their professional real-world experience in addition to outstanding academic credentials. SUNY Canton OnLine offers hundreds of flexible and convenient courses as well as eight exclusively online bachelor’s degrees. The college’s 14 athletic teams compete as provisional members of the NCAA Division III and the USCAA.

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SUNY Canton Graduates More than 900 Students

Saturday, May 19th, 2012

SUNY Canton President Joseph L. Kennedy conferred degrees for approximately 920 students at the College’s 104th Commencement Ceremony.

The ceremony was held today, Saturday, May 19th in the Convocation Athletic and Recreation Center, nicknamed Roos House.

Commencement 2012

“This is my 21st and final commencement at SUNY Canton,” Kennedy said. “I’m very proud of today’s graduates and I’m honored to spend the day with them and their families. I look forward to further growth and development in the College’s academic programs, with the end result of seeing even more students enroll, graduate and launch successful careers in the future.”

The President is scheduled to retire on August 31. He said he is keenly interested in future commencement ceremonies as an indicator of the College’s ongoing success. “I will always feel a sense of accomplishment when I see SUNY Canton students complete their educations,” Kennedy said.

President Kennedy congratulating students.

The top five bachelor’s degrees awarded, listed in order of popularity, were: management, criminal investigation, health care management, legal studies, and graphic and multimedia design.

The top five associate degrees with the most graduates were nursing, liberal arts, criminal justice, veterinary science technology, and business administration.

Notable honoraries at ceremony included:

  • Karen M. Spellacy, professor of economics, received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in College Service. Spellacy was awarded for providing dynamic education in her business and economics courses, in addition to her inspirational leadership in a variety of roles. Based on her tremendous service, Spellacy will assume the role of Interim Provost on Sept. 1.
  • John F. Conklin, associate professor of nursing, received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Faculty members and students have said Conklin demonstrates a deep and genuine concern for his students and helps them to succeed in any way that he can. He also was instrumental in the development of the college’s practical nursing certificate program, as well as the online Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
  • SUNY Canton Student Government Association President Daynelle N. Richards, a health care management major from Ozone Park delivered the address on behalf of her fellow graduates. Richards was selected as the recipient of the 2012 David R. Maynard Student Activities Award.
  • Kristen B. Roberts, the College’s associate director of residence life and residence director of the new Grasse River Suites was honored with the Northstar award. This award is completely determined by the student body to recognize a faculty or staff member. Roberts was selected for making a positive impression on students and their parents with her positive, can-do attitude. She’s been a role model for many students and is involved with many student-run organizations. The student government association president presented the award to Roberts.
  • State Senator Patricia A. Ritchie was presented with the Honorary Alumna Award from the SUNY Canton Alumni Association for continually supporting and promoting SUNY Canton. She recently backed the College’s newest educational options to benefit of both students and the greater North Country Community, and has demonstrated a remarkable interest in the ongoing success of the College and its graduates.

During the week prior to Commencement, the David Sullivan-St. Lawrence Law Enforcement Academy held a special ceremony for more than 20 graduates of the semester-long intensive course. Many of the Academy graduates were sworn in as new officers in area police departments.

Commencement 2012

Additionally, nearly 90 graduates of SUNY Canton’s Nursing program were recognized at a special ceremonial pinning ceremony. Registered Nurses are in high demand, and many of the graduates will immediately start their employment at area hospitals and health-care facilities.

Media inquiries should be directed to Gregory Kie, Media Relations Manager, or call 315/386-7527.

 

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SUNY Canton Law Enforcement Academy Cadets Start Their Careers

Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

Cheryl Crayford of Heuvelton will be earning a diploma and a badge during her final week at SUNY Canton.

Crayford is one of several Law Enforcement Leadership students who opted to complete their senior-level internships as cadets in the David Sullivan/St. Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy.

“The 2009 academy graduating class included several students in the Law Enforcement Leadership and Criminal Justice programs,” said Academy Director and University Police Deputy Chief Steven L. Livernois. “By completing their cadet-level training while enrolled in courses, they have placed themselves in a prime position for employment immediately following graduation.”

Crayford is a sworn officer of the Canton Village Police Department and will be completing the field-training portion of her education with the department. She is the daughter of Debra Crayford and is a 2005 graduate of Heuvelton Central School.

Both the current students and traditional cadets will be honored at the Academy’s 14th commencement ceremony at 5 p.m. Thursday in the Richard W. Miller Campus Center’s Kingston Theater. The event is free and open to the public.

Among the cadets to complete the law enforcement academy are:

  • Timothy A. Bacon of Massena is a sworn officer of the SUNY Canton University Police. The son of Ronald and Barbara Bacon of Massena, he is a 2003 graduate of Massena High School and a 2007 graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.
  • Robert Barlow of Norfolk is a sworn officer of the Norfolk Police Department. The son of Richard and Nancy Barlow, he is a 2007 graduate of Norwood Norfolk Central High School and a 2009 graduate of SUNY Canton with an associate degree in Criminal Justice.
  • Michael Benedict Jr. of Akwesasne is a sworn officer of the St. Regis Tribal Police Department. The son of Michael and Leona Benedict of Akwesasne, he is a 1989 graduate of Salmon River Central School and a 1992 graduate of North Country Community College.
  • Ryan L. Bogardus of Gouverneur is a sworn officer of the Norwood Police Department. The son of Peter and Penny Borgardus of Fowler, he is a 1998 graduate of Gouverneur Central High School and a 2008 graduate of SUNY Canton with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Investigation.
  • Ross Carnie of Turin is a sworn officer of the Antwerp Police Department. The son of Robert and Mary Jane Carnie of Turin, he is a 2007 graduate of South Lewis High School and a 2009 graduate of SUNY Canton with an associate degree in Criminal Justice.
  • David Cotey of Norwood completed his pre-employment police basic training. The son of Charles and Ann Cotey of Norwood, he is a 2005 graduate of Norwood Norfolk Central High School and a dual graduate at SUNY Canton with a certificate in Motorsports and an associate degree in Criminal Justice.
  • Tandy Cyrus of Potsdam is a sworn officer of the Norfolk Police Department. The daughter of Joe and Janet Paul, she is a 1997 graduate of Parishville Hopkinton Central High School and is taking business courses at SUNY Canton.
  • Corbin Gates-Shult of Parishville is a sworn officer of the Norfolk Police Department. The son of Faye and step father Jeff Lamar and Keith and stepmother Sara Simon-Shult, he is a graduate of Parishville Hopkinton Central High School and a 2009 graduate of SUNY Canton with a bachelor’s degree in Law Enforcement Leadership.
  • Kristen Jacobs of Hogansburg is a sworn officer of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police Department. The daughter of Lisa Jacobs of Hogansburg and Charles Jacobs of Owego, she is a 2003 graduate of Tioga Central High School and a 2007 graduate of SUNY Potsdam with a bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and Psychology.
  • David J. LeBeau of Ogdensburg is a sworn officer of the Ogdensburg City Police Department. The son of Mary Ellen Founier of Ogdensburg and David R, LeBeau of Lisbon, he is a 1994 graduate of Ogdensburg Free Academy.
  • Steven Lowell of Oneida is a sworn officer of Canastota Police Department. The son of John and Antoinette Lowell of Oneida, he is a 2005 graduate of Oneida High School and a 2009 graduate of SUNY Canton with a bachelor’s in Law Enforcement Leadership.
  • Mark Michaud of Norwood is a sworn officer of the SUNY Canton University Police. The son of Peter and Cynthia Michaud of Norfolk, he is a 1992 graduate of Norwood Norfolk High School and a 1994 graduate of SUNY Canton with an associate degree in Criminal Justice.
  • Julia A. Serviss of Gouverneur is a sworn officer of the St. Lawrence County Sheriffs Office. The daughter of Martin and Catherine Serviss of Gouverneur, she is a 2003 graduate of Gouverneur Central High School and a 2005 graduate of SUNY Canton with an associate degree in Criminal Justice.
  • Decota Thompson of Hogansburg is a sworn officer of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police Department. The son of Kim Loran and Charles Thompson of Hogansburg, he is a 1997 graduate from Salmon River Central High School and a 2008 graduate of St. Lawrence University with a bachelor’s in Marketing.

Cadets of the David Sullivan St. Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy complete over 700 hours of training over an 18-week period. During that time they engage in strenuous physical training, life-like scenarios, comprehensive lessons in ethics, and life saving techniques to prepare them for their duties as officers of the law.

SUNY Canton offers a wide variety of career-driven bachelor’s, associate, and certificate programs, as well as three master’s degrees in conjunction with SUNYIT, Utica. Most of SUNY Canton’s new four-year programs are designed so students can take them on-campus, online, or both. SUNY Canton OnLine features more than 100 courses online each semester. The College offers a four-day academic week allowing students greater flexibility for work, family, or other obligations. The College’s athletic teams belong to the NAIA’s Sunrise Conference, enabling students to compete in their respective sports for four years.

Media inquiries should be directed to Gregory Kie, Media Relations Coordinator, or call 315/386-7528.

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SUNY Canton Veterans Association Announces Ceremonial Flagpole

Monday, June 2nd, 2008
Canton Flagpole

PRESENTING THE COLORS - Robert L. Edwards, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Veterans Association advisor, raises the flag for the first time on SUNY Canton’s new ceremonial flagpole.

The newly-formed SUNY Canton Veterans Association has helped bring a new ceremonial flagpole to the college.

“The flagpole was a natural project for the association,” said Robert L. Edwards, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Veterans Association advisor. “We worked with the David Sullivan St Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy, the SUNY Canton Criminal Justice Association, and the SUNY Canton Foundation to place this monument at the side entrance of Payson Hall.”

The ceremonial flagpole was built to serve a variety of purposes at the college. Cadets in the Law Enforcement Academy will present and retire the colors as part of their training. On other days, students in the Criminal Justice Association or the Veterans Association will perform the duty.

“I am proud that the academy was part of this project,” University Police Deputy Chief Steven L. Livernois. “During their careers our cadets and students will participate in many functions where they need to know the proper way to honor our national colors.”

The flagpole is located next to a Sept. 11, 2001, memorial garden which is maintained by Criminal Justice students. It will be used as a staging point during SUNY Canton’s future Sept. 11, 2001 remembrance ceremonies.

“This will become the place to honor Canton alumni on their passing and a place for our military veterans to have ceremonies,” said William Fassinger, Assistant Professor of Criminal Investigation and Veterans Association Advisor. “The flagpole project will become a good place for the campus community to be reminded of how many members of military families are on campus.”

The SUNY Canton’s Veterans Association was formed to connect students and alumni who serve or have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. The organization has filed their originating documents with the national organization of college veterans. Their group association is open to veterans from all generations and branches of service. “We openly invite community members to join,” Edwards said.

Edwards serves as the representative to the Service Members Opportunity Colleges, a national consortium that assists military members and their dependents in their educational programs.

For more information about the SUNY Canton Veterans Association, contact Edwards at 386-7666 or email edwardsr@canton.edu.

SUNY Canton offers a wide variety of career-driven bachelor’s, associate, and certificate programs, as well as three master’s degrees in conjunction with SUNYIT, Utica. Most of SUNY Canton’s new four-year programs are designed so students can take them on-campus, online, or both. SUNY Canton OnLine features more than 65 courses online each semester. The college’s athletic teams have joined the NAIA’s Sunrise Conference, enabling students to compete in their respective sports for four years.

Media inquiries should be directed to Gregory Kie, Media Relations Coordinator, or call 315/386-7528.


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SUNY Canton Commends Law Enforcement Academy Graduates

Monday, June 2nd, 2008

Nine students recently completed the rigorous and extensive training to become police officers through the David Sullivan-St. Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy at SUNY Canton.

“Much like our academic programs, the Law Enforcement Academy has a tradition of graduating students who immediately start in their chosen careers,” said SUNY Canton President Joseph L. Kennedy. “The majority of students graduating have already gained employment with area law enforcement agencies.”

Some students enroll as Academy cadets while taking college courses.

Bridget Benware

Such was the case of Bridget C. Benware of Saint Regis Falls, who earned her associate degree in Criminal Justice and her pre-employment certification from the Academy. Bridget is the daughter of James and Maureen Benware. She came to SUNY Canton to pursue a career as either a University Police Officer or a Village Police Officer in the North Country.

She was awarded with the Highest Academic Achievement Award at the Academy Commencement. Bridget is currently interviewing with several police agencies.

Other cadets who successfully completed the Law Enforcement Academy include:

Joshua David

Joshua M. David of Alexandria Bay has joined the Alexandria Bay Police Department. Joshua is the son of Randy David and Vickie Staie. He received the Outstanding Cadet award for Arrest Techniques and Defensive Tactics.


Bradley J. Frank

Bradley J. Frank of Massena has joined the Norwood Police Department. Bradley is the son of Richard and Betsy Frank. He has been a corrections officer for 25 years. Bradley was awarded the Academy Director’s 110 percent award.


Brian LaBarge

Brian J. LaBarge of Massena has joined the Massena Police Department. Brian is the son of Kevin and Denise LaBarge. He received his associate degree in Criminal Justice in 2003 and his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Investigation in 2005 from SUNY Canton.


Tammy LaPage

Tammy LaPage of Norwood has joined the SUNY Canton University Police Department. Tammy is the daughter of Stuart and Loretta LaPage. Tammy has an associate degree in Business Administration in 2003 from SUNY Canton and earned her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.


Kyle E. Martin

Kyle E. Martin of Massena completed his pre-employment training. Kyle is the son of Timothy and Ronda Martin.


Theresa L. McCargar

Theresa L. McCargar of West Stockholm (now residing in Hannawa Falls) has joined the Antwerp Police Department. Theresa is married to Shawn C. McCargar.


Brandon Strader

Brandon J. Strader of Heuvelton (now residing in Potsdam) has joined the Norwood Police Department. Strader is the son of Terry and Trudy Covey. He was awarded for Outstanding Marksmanship, Highest Physical Achievement, and received the David Sullivan Best Overall Cadet Award.


Bryan Zimmer

Bryan D. Zimmer of Canton has joined the Norfolk Police Department. Bryan is the son of David and Ann Zimmer. He also simultaneously graduated from SUNY Canton and the Law Enforcement Academy.

 

SUNY Canton offers a wide variety of career-driven bachelor’s, associate, and certificate programs, as well as three master’s degrees in conjunction with SUNYIT, Utica. Most of SUNY Canton’s new four-year programs are designed so students can take them on-campus, online, or both. SUNY Canton OnLine features more than 65 courses online each semester. The college’s athletic teams have joined the NAIA’s Sunrise Conference, enabling students to compete in their respective sports for four years.

Media inquiries should be directed to Gregory Kie, Media Relations Coordinator, or call 315/386-7528.


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SUNY Canton Police Academy Receives $15,000 Grant

Wednesday, March 19th, 2008

Academy ShieldThe SUNY Canton David Sullivan St. Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy received a $15,000 Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) grant to bolster police officers’ defensive training.

“The funds will be used to purchase equipment and provide instructors with live tactics simulation,” said Deputy Chief Steven L. Livernois. “By adding high-tech components to an officer’s arsenal of training, we hope to further enhance their decision-making skills, reaction and response times.”

According the DCJS, this grant will facilitate training that covers all aspects of a real force-on-force situation, from the psychological to the physical; simulated weapons that act and feel like the firearms officers use every day will be used during the training. Also, instructors will learn how to develop training scenarios that are based on situations that officers are likely to encounter on the job, in their communities.

Nationwide, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, 186 officers died in the line of duty in 2007, compared to 144 in 2006. Of those, 69 were shot to death, a 33 percent increase over 2006. And in New York State, 12 law enforcement officers were killed, five more than in 2006. “The grant was awarded to help decrease the number of officers shot in the line of duty,” Livernois pointed out.

As part of the grant, firearms and defensive tactics instructors at the Academy will attend a week-long training in April at the New York State Preparedness Training Center in Oriskany in preparation to teach cadets and active officers locally.

Every year academy cadets receive extensive force-on-force training and many local law enforcement agencies utilize the college’s equipment and facilities for in-service training.

Typically, the Academy trains as many as 25 North Country police officers a year. “A very large percentage of our area law enforcement professionals have received training, and in many cases their education, through SUNY Canton,” Livernois said.

SUNY Canton offers a wide variety of career-driven bachelor’s, associate, and certificate programs, as well as three master’s degrees in conjunction with SUNYIT, Utica. Most of SUNY Canton’s new four-year programs are designed so students can take them on-campus, online, or both. SUNY Canton OnLine features more than 65 courses online each semester. The college’s athletic teams have joined the NAIA’s Sunrise Conference, enabling students to compete in their respective sports for four years.

Media inquiries should be directed to Gregory Kie, Media Relations Coordinator, or call 315/386-7528.

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Law Enforcement Academy Receives Ethics Training Donation

Tuesday, June 19th, 2007

Police officers from the North Country and beyond recently benefited from a donation provided by the Institute for Ethical Behavior, Inc.

The David Sullivan/St. Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy hosted an ethics instructors training course to law enforcement officers. Among the course topics were the historical and philosophical significance of ethics coupled with the modern consequences for officers.

“The Ethics course was made possible by a $1,000 donation from the Institute for Ethical Behavior,” said University Police Deputy Chief and academy director Steven L. Livernois. “Their funding helps the academy bring in guest instructors for police officers who will benefit from their expertise.”

Livernois explained that each officer will, in turn, be headed back to their home police agency to teach similar courses on ethics.

The Institute for Ethical Behavior also created an endowed scholarship in 2000 as a memorial tribute to its founder, Harold K. Hughes. The scholarship is awarded annually to a Criminal Justice student who will promote awareness of the importance of individual character and ethical behavior.

 

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SUNY Canton Salutes Law Enforcement Academy Graduates

Monday, May 21st, 2007

Among those scheduled to be honored are:

Conrad D. Benedict

Conrad D. Benedict of Hogansburg, who will be join the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police Department.

 

John C. Benson

John C. Benson of Gouverneur, who will be joining the Antwerp Police Department. He is a 2006 graduate of SUNY Canton with an associate degree in Criminal Justice.

 

Sloan J. Bolster

Sloan J. Bolster of Tupper Lake, who will be joining the Tupper Lake Police Department.

 

Kim M. Craig

Kim M. Craig of Potsdam, who will be joining the Potsdam Village Police Department

 

Matt J. Crowl

Matt J. Crowl of Cornwall, Ontario, who will be joining the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police Department.

 

Justin A. Dowdle

Justin A. Dowdle of Canton, who will be joining the Norwood Village Police Department. He will also be graduating with an associate degree in Criminal Justice.

 

Mike G. Johnston

Mike G. Johnston of Canton completed his pre-employment police basic training. He will also be graduating with a SUNY Canton Criminal Investigation degree.

 

Jennifer A. King

Jennifer A. King of Malone, who will be joining the Tupper Lake Village Police Department.

 

James E. Nichols

James E. Nichols of Canton completed his pre-employment police basic training. He will also be graduating with his Criminal Justice degree.

 

Christopher M. Olson

Christopher M. Olson of Massena, who will be joining the Norfolk Town Police.

 

Justin D. Perryman

Justin D. Perryman of Potsdam, who will be joining the Tupper Lake Police Department. He has an associate degree in Criminal Justice from North Country Community College.

 

James D. Smith

James D. Smith of Watertown, who will be joining the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.

 

Spencer J. Warner

Spencer J. Warner of Norwood, who will be joining the Norwood Police Department. He has an associate degree in Criminal Justice degree from SUNY Canton.

 

Not pictured are :

  • Matthew W. Chase of Massena, who will be joining the Norfolk Town Police Department.
  • Douglas K. Crews, Sr., of Phoenix, N.Y. who will be joining the Phoenix Village Police Department.
  • Kevin L. Edmonds of Glenfield, who will be joining the Lowville Village Police Department.
  • Nathan J. Hamblin of Harrisville, who will be joining the Sackets Harbor Village Police Department.

 

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SUNY Canton Police Academy Receives $1,000 for Ethics Training

Monday, January 29th, 2007

The David Sullivan St. Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy at SUNY Canton recently received $1,000 from the Institute for Ethical Behavior, Inc.

The donation will be used to purchase learning materials related to the study of ethics for cadets enrolled in the academy as well as SUNY Canton’s four-year Criminal Investigation and two-year Criminal Justice programs, according to Academy Director Steven L. Livernois.

The Canton-based Institute for Ethical Behavior also created an endowed scholarship in 2000 as a memorial tribute to its founder, Harold K. Hughes. The scholarship is awarded annually to a Criminal Justice student who will promote awareness of the importance of individual character and ethical behavior.

The Academy provides training in physical fitness, firearms, arrest techniques, defensive tactics, radar, breath analysis, emergency medical services and emergency vehicle operation. Cadets receive their training from more than 70 full-time police officers from around the North Country and surrounding communities. The typical Police Academy cadet’s day begins at 7 a.m. with an hour of strenuous physical training followed by a full day of classroom studies and hands-on scenario-based trainings.

 

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