WNMU students graduate from Police Ac...

WNMU students graduate from Police Academy

There are 8 comments on the The Deming Headlight story from Jun 16, 2010, titled WNMU students graduate from Police Academy. In it, The Deming Headlight reports that:

Pictured from left in the front row are Shay Bjorkman, Britney Pena, Daniel Acosta, Carly Rico, Jason Gallegos and Lynne Click.

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Hmm

Huntsville, AL

#1 Jun 16, 2010
I wonder if the Columbus Chief of Police, Angelo "Buttermilk Pancake" Vega, ever graduated the Police Academy.......

Deputy276

“Not vengeance, punishment.”

Since: Oct 09

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#2 Jun 17, 2010
"Many of the students are already employed by law enforcement agencies in Silver City, Deming, Gallup, Santa Clara, Sierra County and Grant County."

And you can say adios to ALL of them. No way they will stay in local yokel jobs. They will all move up to better jobs in the state.
who r you

United States

#3 Jun 19, 2010
Steve is that you? LOL
Deputy276 wrote:
"Many of the students are already employed by law enforcement agencies in Silver City, Deming, Gallup, Santa Clara, Sierra County and Grant County."
And you can say adios to ALL of them. No way they will stay in local yokel jobs. They will all move up to better jobs in the state.

Deputy276

“Not vengeance, punishment.”

Since: Oct 09

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#4 Jun 19, 2010
who r you wrote:
Steve is that you? LOL
<quoted text>
LOL...no idea who Steve is.
CJ Professional

Seattle, WA

#5 Jul 2, 2010
If a person has integrity and ethics, they will not survive in any law enforcement agency in New Mexico.

Deputy276

“Not vengeance, punishment.”

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#6 Jul 2, 2010
CJ Professional wrote:
If a person has integrity and ethics, they will not survive in any law enforcement agency in New Mexico.
Good point!
Dadoftrainee

Las Vegas, NV

#7 Jun 1, 2014
A great school and an excellent staff. My son will be attending soon and we couldn't be happier. He plans on making a career in law enforcement in New Mexico. He's been training to be a policeman since he was 10 years old.I would definately want him to be my backup. Semper Fi.
Really

Lowell, AR

#8 Sep 20, 2014
CJ Professional wrote:
If a person has integrity and ethics, they will not survive in any law enforcement agency in New Mexico.
2nd that.

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