GNTC Announces POST Instructor School Graduates

  • Monday, December 5, 2022
Graduates pictured, from left, are: Brandon Broome, Walker County Sheriff’s Office; Travis Tucker, Fort Oglethorpe Police Department; Andrew Blesch, Walker County Sheriff’s Office; Andrew Holland, Georgia Power Corporate Security; Hayley Atkins, Rockmart Police Department; Mike Bell, Georgia Power Corporate Security; Adriana Medina, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Cody Black, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Frank Golden, Rockmart Police Department; Jarod Powell, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Beth Gomez, GNTC Police Department; Caleb Bowman, Polk County Police Department; Daniel Nelson, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Kayla Franks, GNTC Police Department; Andy Cash, Walker County Sheriff’s Office; Daniel Jones, Dalton Police Department; Jason Pilcher, Whitfield County Board of Education; Bruce Franks, GNTC Police Department; Clay Thompson, Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office; Jennifer Patterson, Georgia Power Corporate Security Investigations; Matias Castillo, Dalton Police Department; and Joseph Gravell, Rome Police Department.
Graduates pictured, from left, are: Brandon Broome, Walker County Sheriff’s Office; Travis Tucker, Fort Oglethorpe Police Department; Andrew Blesch, Walker County Sheriff’s Office; Andrew Holland, Georgia Power Corporate Security; Hayley Atkins, Rockmart Police Department; Mike Bell, Georgia Power Corporate Security; Adriana Medina, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Cody Black, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Frank Golden, Rockmart Police Department; Jarod Powell, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Beth Gomez, GNTC Police Department; Caleb Bowman, Polk County Police Department; Daniel Nelson, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Kayla Franks, GNTC Police Department; Andy Cash, Walker County Sheriff’s Office; Daniel Jones, Dalton Police Department; Jason Pilcher, Whitfield County Board of Education; Bruce Franks, GNTC Police Department; Clay Thompson, Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office; Jennifer Patterson, Georgia Power Corporate Security Investigations; Matias Castillo, Dalton Police Department; and Joseph Gravell, Rome Police Department.

Twenty-two students graduated from Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s Law Enforcement Academy P.O.S.T. Instructor school. Students that complete this course are qualified to be a P.O.S.T. general instructor and teach most P.O.S.T. accredited classes.

The graduates are: Brandon Broome, Walker County Sheriff’s Office; Travis Tucker, Fort Oglethorpe Police Department; Andrew Blesch, Walker County Sheriff’s Office; Andrew Holland, Georgia Power Corporate Security; Hayley Atkins, Rockmart Police Department; Mike Bell, Georgia Power Corporate Security; Adriana Medina, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Cody Black, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Frank Golden, Rockmart Police Department; Jarod Powell, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Beth Gomez, GNTC Police Department; Caleb Bowman, Polk County Police Department; Daniel Nelson, Gordon County Sheriff’s Office; Kayla Franks, GNTC Police Department; Andy Cash, Walker County Sheriff’s Office; Daniel Jones, Dalton Police Department; Jason Pilcher, Whitfield County Board of Education; Bruce Franks, GNTC Police Department; Clay Thompson, Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office; Jennifer Patterson, Georgia Power Corporate Security Investigations; Matias Castillo, Dalton Police Department; and Joseph Gravell, Rome Police Department.

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