Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College is excited to announce the graduation of 34 students who successfully completed program requirements in the Law Enforcement Skills Training Program in 2021. The 2021 Skills Graduation will be held at FDLTCC on Friday, July 2, starting at 1:00pm CT. Limited guests will be allowed in attendance and a livestream of the ceremony will be available on the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College YouTube channel. This is the 21st group of students to participate in the Law Enforcement Skills Training Program at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College.
Students will complete the intensive hands-on training in the morning on July 2, before the graduation ceremony that afternoon. Classroom training and over 600 hours of skill training are required of all individuals seeking careers as peace officers in Minnesota. After classroom and skills training, students are required to pass the Minnesota Peace Officer Standards and Training Board exam to become eligible for employment as a peace officer in Minnesota.
Skills training topics include: accident investigation, auto theft, radio communications, mobile field force, crimes in progress response, domestic violence investigation and intervention, drug interdiction, DUI detection and standardized field sobriety testing, emergency vehicle operations, radar enforcement, traffic stops, crime scene investigation, gang education, drug and controlled substance investigations, report writing, aerosol chemical weapons and chemical agents, diversity, community policing, professional ethics, and firearms training.
The Law Enforcement Program at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College has an average enrollment of approximately 200 students per year, making it one of the most popular programs offered at the college, and one of the largest Law Enforcement training programs in Minnesota.
The following students successfully completed the Law Enforcement Skills Program at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College and are members of the Class of 2021:
 

2021 FDLTCC Law Enforcement Graduates


Anchorage AK
Joshua Lee Wood
 
Andover MN
Nolan Patrick Forrest
 
Barnum MN
Kylee Mae Berquist
 
Cambridge MN
Shelby Ann Bonczek
 
Carlton MN
Chase Ableiter
Joshua Frederick Peterson
 
Chisago City MN
Levi Douglas Bierman
 
Cloquet MN
Jarvis Roger Paro
Gabriel Alexander Sanchez-Eno
Antonio Jose Sarazua
 
Duluth MN
Zayne Anderson
Zachary Angel
Marcus Childs
Dylan Patrick Crist
C.D. Cusick
Joel Henry Filiatrault
Jeremiah Adrian Greene
Derek Andre Hussey
Blake Mazzola
Matthew Richard Nelson
Josh Radosevich
Stephen Shelton
 
Esko MN
Dariano Tommaso Giancola
Lucas Joshua Pyrlik
 
Farmington MN
Mia Amanda Skeffington
Alex Robert Wurst
 
Hermantown MN
Collin Gerald O’Toole
 
North Branch MN
Trevor Bradley Minor
 
Proctor MN
Trace Thomas Norton
 
Saginaw MN
Boyd Lee Billman
 
St. Francis MN
Lucas Daniel-Kenneth Sherburne
 
Staples MN
Jared Michael Cleveland
 
Superior WI
Martyann Elizabeth Birman
Jessica Anne Wallace

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