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Oklahoma Department of Corrections' Probation and Parole graduates honored

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma Department of Corrections' Probation and Parole had a number of graduates honored during this Council on Law Enforcement Education & Training graduation last Friday, March 2, 2018.

Please join us in congratulating the following CLEET graduates:

Collin Parks (JMMCDPP), Ryan McClain (JMMCDPP), Phyllis Langley (JMMCDPP), Jeremy Wiles (JMMCDPP), Brendan Walsh (JMMCDPP), Tony Wright (JMMCDPP), Cecilia Hawthorne (JMMCDPP), Ezequiel Ramos-Molina (TCDPP), Hunter Bruce (SEDPP), Angela Keith (SEDPP), David Myers (SEDPP), Robert Lang (NEDPP), Tisha Barker (NEDPP), Kaela Potts (NWDPP), Tania Rembert (NWDPP) and Ryan Peters (NWDPP).

After the graduation, Kevin Duckworth, the Director of Probation & Parole Services commissioned the following men and women who have completed their CLEET training and other requirements to become full officers:

Collin Parks, Phyllis Langley, Jeremy Wiles, Ezequiel Ramos-Molina, Hunter Bruce, Angela Keith, David Myers, Robert Lang, Tisha Barker, Kaela Potts, Tania Rembert and Ryan Peters. The remaining officers will be commissioned upon completion of the Probation & Parole Pre-Service Academy.

CLEET graduates

CLEET graduates
CLEET graduates
CLEET graduates
CLEET graduates
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