Newest Harbor Patrol Officers Graduate from LA Sheriff Academy
July 20, 2016
Five recently hired Harbor Patrol officers graduated from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Reserve Academy Class 134 at a ceremony on June 27. The graduates are Adam Dacus, Carlos Gonzalez, Rodolfo Davila, Andrew Gannon and Miguel Perez.
The officers completed intense academic, physical and practical training in the areas of patrol procedures and tactics, report writing, use of force, firearms training, weaponless defense, arrest and control, criminal law, vehicle operations, community oriented public safety and cultural awareness/discrimination.
Officer Gannon was named Honor Recruit for graduating with the highest academic and physical training scores. Sheriff Jim McDonnell presided over the ceremony at the Sheriff’s Academy in East Los Angeles, and was joined by Security Division Assistant Director Daniel McMullen, who assisted McDonnell with the uniform inspection of the graduates.Photo caption: LBPD officers and Security Division executives join Harbor Patrol officers at their graduation from the Sheriff's Academy in June. From left: LBPD Cmdr. Randy Allen of the Port Police Division; LBPD Officer Sondra Ledesma; graduates Carlos Gonzalez, Adam Dacus, Miguel Perez, Rodolfo Davila and Andrew Gannon; Assistant Director of Security Daniel McMullen; and Manager of Security Operations Ron Marquez.