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Sheriff’s Office has Four Graduate from BLET

Posted on 05/20/15

May 20, 2015, Monroe, NC – The 30th Session of the Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) Commencement was held at South Piedmont Community College on May 19. The Union County Sheriff's Office had four graduates of the program, Deputy Sheriffs Josh Flowe, Jackson Hunt, Shawn Dodd and Lauren Ramsey.

Special recognition awards were earned by three of the four officers graduating. Deputy Sheriff Lauren Ramsey was awarded plaques for Highest Overall Grade Point Average and Highest Score on the State Certification Exam. Deputy Sheriff Josh Flowe was awarded a plaque for Top Driver for proficiency in emergency driving training and qualification. And, Deputy Sheriff Jackson Hunt was awarded a plaque for Top Gun for proficiency in firearms training and qualification.