Plympton Police Department graduates
The Plympton Police Department is proud to announce the recent graduation of three Plympton Police Department sponsored recruits from the 61st Plymouth Police Academy.
Michael Gagnon, Jr., Alexander Nevarez and John Simon received their Academy Diplomas on Friday, March 11, at a ceremony held at Memorial Hall in Plymouth, which was attended by Plympton Police Chief Patrick Dillon and other members of the department. Those in attendance included other area Police Chiefs, Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz and Plymouth County Sheriff Joseph McDonald.
The academy, which graduated 40 recruits, began on September 22, 2015 and ended on March 11, 2016. Recruits were trained in all phases of police work, including, but not limited to, Criminal Law, Motor Vehicle Law, Constitutional Law, CPR and First Responder and Applied Patrol Procedures.
Gagnon, a lifelong Plympton resident, Simon, a Lieutenant in the United States Army National Guard and Nevarez, a Brockton resident, have all applied to the Plympton Police Department for a position as a Police Officer and are being considered for various positions.