August 26, 2015
K-State police officers graduate from Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center
K-State police officers Timothy Morrison and Thomas Harley graduated with the 235th basic class of the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center on Aug. 21.
The officers have been at the police academy near Hutchinson for the last 14 weeks. Officers receive training in Kansas law, firearms, emergency vehicle operations, accident investigation, crime scene processing, biased-based policing and other critical aspects of being a law enforcement officer.
"The Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center is a world class law enforcement training facility," said Ronnie Grice, assistant vice president for public safety and chief of police. "The hard work and dedication these officers put in every day for the last 14 weeks will reflect in their service to our community."
The officers will now be part of a 12-week field training program, where they will continue their training and professional development with a certified field training officer.