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Graduation ceremony held for two Atlantic Police Academy programs
Mar 19 at 12:06 p.m.
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Forrest Spencer, left, executive director of the Atlantic Police Academy, is shown with Phillip Lanthier, correctional officer student speaker, Rosalind Sellar, student speaker for the sheriff and public safety officer program, guest speaker Sgt. Kristin Colwell, Saint John Regional Correctional Centre, and trainer/facilitator with the New Brunswick Correctional Services Academy, and Anne Partridge, Holland College board of governors, at the recent graduation ceremony for the correctional officer and sheriff and public safety officer programs at the Atlantic Police Academy. Submitted - Contributed
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