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Police Academy to Hold Graduation Tonight

The class includes military veterans, and siblings of Prince George's County officers. Tonight's graduation is open to the public.

Feb. 18 graduates of the Prince George's County Police Department Training Academy. Credit: PGPG website
Feb. 18 graduates of the Prince George's County Police Department Training Academy. Credit: PGPG website
The Prince George’s County Police Department will celebrate the graduation of 46 recruits from the department’s Training Academy tonight, according to its blog.

Of the 46 graduates, 41 will join the Prince George's County Police Department; four will join the Maryland-National Capital Park Police – Prince George’s County Division; and one will join the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office.

Three of the graduates are siblings of three PGPD officers, and one is the son of a retired PGPD officer. Several military veterans joining the department are in this graduating class. 

The public can attend the graduation ceremony, which begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18, at First Baptist Church of Glenarden Worship Center, 600 Watkins Park Drive in Upper Marlboro.

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