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MCC Celebrates Graduation of Basic Law Enforcement Training Cohort

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Montgomery Community College (MCC) extends hearty congratulations to recent graduates of the College’s Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program. Eleven students completed the seven-month course curriculum in early July: Samantha Belle Allen, Tammy Rick Brady, Christy Lynell Brown, James Lee Brown, Angela Beth Chay, Lucan Eugene Christian, Richard Andrew Ferrante, Karey Marie Hall, Joshua Kane […]

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MCC Welcomes Largest Law Enforcement Training Class in College History

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Montgomery Community College welcomes 22 candidates to its fall 2020 Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program. Five women and 17 men comprise the cohort, which will spend evenings and some weekends together for the next seven months with an expected May 2021 graduation. The group of 22 represents the largest enrollment in the program’s history, […]

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MCC to Teach Detention Officer Certification Course

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The North Carolina Sheriff’s Education and Training Standards Commission has approved Montgomery Community College to deliver its 174-hour Detention Officer Certification Course. The college’s accreditation became effective March 16, 2021, and the school is making plans to admit its first cohort of officers on June 7, 2021. The 174-hour course, which is taught over a […]

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MCC’s BLET Class is Driving in Style

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Candidates of Montgomery Community College’s largest Basic Law Enforcement Training class spend 40 hours in the law enforcement driver training portion of their curriculum, and now they will enjoy doing so in newly-designed vehicles. The BLET program’s Dodge Chargers underwent a facelift this spring, sporting new wraps featuring the College logo. Law enforcement driving-related accidents […]

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BLET Director Herron Recognized with Scholarship

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On April 26th, in the company of 15 graduates, Basic Law Enforcement Training Program Director Pete Herron got a surprise. Mid-way through his cohort’s graduation ceremony, one graduate, Taylor Graves, stepped to the podium to announce a scholarship had been established in Pete Herron’s name in recognition of his decades-long service to law enforcement and […]

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