Southwest Regional Law Enforcement Academy graduates new law enforcement officers

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Southwest Regional Law Enforcement Academy graduates new law enforcement officers

‘You will have the opportunity to impact someone’s life forever’
Kira Coyote, 4, pins a Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office badge onto her father, Isaac Coyote, as her mother, Shaina Coyote, holds her during the Southwest Regional Law Enforcement Academy class of 2017 graduation ceremony at Escalante Middle School.
Forrest Kinney is presented an academic excellence award by Anita Seamans, director of the Southwest Regional Law Enforcement Academy, during the graduation ceremony on Saturday at Escalante Middle School. Kinney, who will be joining the Durango Police Department, had the highest test scores throughout his training.
The Southwest Regional Law Enforcement Academy cadet class of 2017 are recognized during their graduation ceremony on Saturday at Escalante Middle School.

Southwest Regional Law Enforcement Academy graduates new law enforcement officers

Kira Coyote, 4, pins a Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office badge onto her father, Isaac Coyote, as her mother, Shaina Coyote, holds her during the Southwest Regional Law Enforcement Academy class of 2017 graduation ceremony at Escalante Middle School.
Forrest Kinney is presented an academic excellence award by Anita Seamans, director of the Southwest Regional Law Enforcement Academy, during the graduation ceremony on Saturday at Escalante Middle School. Kinney, who will be joining the Durango Police Department, had the highest test scores throughout his training.
The Southwest Regional Law Enforcement Academy cadet class of 2017 are recognized during their graduation ceremony on Saturday at Escalante Middle School.
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