On Thursday, May 17th 2018 students from Mr. Crumpton’s Public Safety IV Advanced Class culminated their EMT training with a graduation ceremony at Belvedere Fire Company. Eleven seniors were recognized for completing Mr. Crumpton’s EMT Course and commended for their accomplishments. The students completed over 200 classroom hours of rigorous, academic study along with the practical skills assessment and the State of Delaware EMT protocols. The students are now preparing for their National Registry EMT Examination to be taken in the near future. Congratulations to seniors Roberta Johnson, Destiny Fisher, Nalasia Townes, Taylor Tatman, Mitchell Palmer, Andrew Bullock, Ryan Hubschmidt, Brian Pollack, William Lee, Tyler Crabill and Gina Dych. The Academy is extremely proud of your accomplishments and wishes you success in all your future endeavors. The Academy would also like to thank Mr. Crumpton and Ms. Duckett for their hard work and dedication to their students.
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2017 DAPSS graduate, Shawn Pedicone is currently serving with the United States Air Force and recently graduated from boot camp. During Basic Expeditionary Airman Skills Training otherwise known as "BEAST Week", Shawn earned the status of Expert Marksman and was awarded a ribbon for his excellent skills. Shawn is now stationed at the New River Marine Base in North Carolina where he is attending his second tech school. We would like to congratulate Shawn on his accomplishments as well as recognize and thank him for his dedication and service to our country
The Delaware Academy of Public Safety and Security would like to congratulate Class of 2017 graduate, Joshua T. Murphy, for his successful completion of the United States Marine Corps Boot Camp located at Parris Island, South Carolina. Private Murphy completed 13 grueling weeks of Boot Camp and was recognized as his platoon’s high shooter during his graduation ceremony on Friday, April 27th 2018. Pvt. Murphy is now headed to the USMC School of Infantry (SOI) located at Camp Geiger, North Carolina for Infantry Training Battalion. The Academy is extremely proud of Pvt. Murphy’s accomplishments and would like to recognize and thank him for his service to our country. Semper Fidelis Pvt. Murphy!
On Friday, April 27th 2018 the Academy’s Tactical Operations Command (TacOps) participated in its 3rd Marking Period, Community Service Day. TacOps cadets arrived at the Greenbank Mills and Philips Farm to provide much needed labor at the National Historic District site. TacOps cadets performed manual labor by moving tons of gravel and top soil into animal pens along with several other laborious tasks. The Academy commends the TacOps cadets for their work ethic and community service endeavors. We are all proud of their efforts.