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December 8, 2019

Submitted photoPictured above is the 2019 Nicolet Recruit Academy graduating class, first row, left to right, Jevin Budzynski, Tomahawk; Audra Demmith, Harshaw; Nancy Dehmlow, Park Falls, Park Falls and Phillips Police Department; Trista Tripp, Woodboro; Jason Higgins, Three Lakes; back row, Mason Wamego, Elizabeth Cook, Connor Newman, and Sean Peterson, all from Rhinelander; Max Samardich, Bessemer, Mich., Hurley Police Department; Jacob Colassaco, Ironwood, Mich.; Roger Weber, Antigo, Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission; and Austin Babich, Laona, Forest County Sheriff’s Office.
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Pictured above is the 2019 Nicolet Recruit Academy graduating class, first row, left to right, Jevin Budzynski, Tomahawk; Audra Demmith, Harshaw; Nancy Dehmlow, Park Falls, Park Falls and Phillips Police Department; Trista Tripp, Woodboro; Jason Higgins, Three Lakes; back row, Mason Wamego, Elizabeth Cook, Connor Newman, and Sean Peterson, all from Rhinelander; Max Samardich, Bessemer, Mich., Hurley Police Department; Jacob Colassaco, Ironwood, Mich.; Roger Weber, Antigo, Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission; and Austin Babich, Laona, Forest County Sheriff’s Office.
10/17/2019 7:30:00 AM
Nicolet College Recruit Academy graduates ready to start law enforcement careers

Thirteen individuals recently graduated from Nicolet College's Law Enforcement Recruit Academy with each now eligible to be certified by the Wisconsin Department of Justice to work as law enforcement officers in the state.

The challenging 720-hour program included a mix of classroom and hands-on scenario training to give students the skills necessary to respond safely and effectively to a multitude of different situations, according to a Nicolet press release.

The 2019 graduating class includes Jevin Budzynski, Tomahawk; Audra Demmith, Harshaw; Nancy Dehmlow, Park Falls, Park Falls and Phillips Police Department; Trista Tripp, Woodboro; Jason Higgins, Three Lakes; Mason Wamego, Elizabeth Cook, Connor Newman, and Sean Peterson, all from Rhinelander; Max Samardich, Bessemer, Mich., Hurley Police Department; Jacob Colassaco, Ironwood, Mich., Roger Weber, Antigo, Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission, and Austin Babich, Laona, Forest County Sheriff's Office.

Each graduate earned a 32-credit Technical Diploma.

Receiving Nicolet's 66-credit Associate's of Applied Science Degrees in Criminal Justice Studies were graduates Austin Babich, Nancy Dehmlow, Audra Demmith, Sean Peterson, and Mason Wamego.





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