The Broward Sheriff’s Office recognized the graduates of the Police Academy’s Cadet Class 308 at BSO’s Swearing-In
The Broward Sheriff’s Office recognized the graduates of the Police Academy’s Cadet Class 308 at BSO’s Swearing-In, Promotions and Longevity Awards ceremony held on July 13th at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center. Out of the 26 graduates, 15 are on their way to becoming BSO deputies. “I’m so proud of these hardworking men and women,” Sheriff Scott Israel said. “I actually personally recruited one of the cadets, and he’s a natural leader,” Sheriff Israel said of Dahrnaz Tigner who served as the class president and is pictured to the far left. Tigner had previously worked in accounting at the sheriff’s office and in community outreach before he decided to become a law enforcement deputy. If you want to join the BSO family, view their openings online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/browardsheriff.
Pictured is Police Academy’s Cadet Class 308. (Photo Courtesy of the Broward Sheriff’s Office)