Nine individuals graduate from Nicolet College Law Enforcement Recruit Academy

For the Tomahawk Leader

RHINELANDER – Nine individuals recently graduated from the Law Enforcement Recruit Academy at Nicolet College in Rhinelander.

Each graduate is now eligible to be certified by the Wisconsin Department of Justice as law enforcement officers in the state, a Tuesday, June 13 release from Nicolet said. 

“The challenging 720-hour program included a mix of classroom and hands-on scenario training to give students the skills necessary to respond safely and effectively to a multitude of different situations,” Nicolet stated.

Pictured, back row, from left: Kyle Karshbaum, Ashland Police Department; Jarrett Radmer, Minocqua Police Department; Liam Stevens; Reed Symonds, Oneida County Sheriff’s Office; Walker Hartman, Oneida County Sheriff’s Office; front: Pierce Maday, Bad River Natural Resources; Tyler Williams, Ashland Police Department; Catherine Moeller; Ashlee Allen, Lac du Flambeau Police Department. Photo courtesy of Nicolet College.

Nicolet said many of the recent graduates are already employed by area departments, and the others are expected to be soon.  The college currently has an academy in progress and will be hosting two in 2024. The projected start dates are late January and mid-May. Those interested in attending can contact Recruit Academy Director Tim Gerdmann at 715-365-4535 or by email at [email protected].

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