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Graduation Honors Newest Police Officers

This ceremony marks the Frederick Police Department’s 55th Academy.
FREDERICK, Md. - The Frederick Police Department and the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office celebrated the accomplishments of 16 of the area's newest police officers Friday.

Nine Frederick Police Department Officers, five Frederick County Sheriffs Office Deputies and two Laurel Police Department Officers graduated at a ceremony in Downtown Frederick.

Family and friends were there to honor their loved ones. They say they were there every step of the way through the difficult training. One of the newest members of the Frederick Police Department, Kyrie Wolf, earned the skills award, a special recognition for her outstanding scores on physical training and firearm training throughout the academy.

“I am very humbled I wasn't expecting it I pushed as hard as I could the entire academy, but again I was very humbled and excited to receive it,” said Graduate Kyrie Wolfe of the Frederick Police Department’s Academy. “The most fun part was probably our emergency vehicles operations training, that's when we got to drive the car fast and do different things you can't normally do. So that was a lot of fun and the most difficult was definitely fire arms.”

The ceremony marks the Frederick Police Department’s 55th Academy.
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