On January 4, 2019, the Southern Maryland Criminal Justice Academy (SMCJA) held graduation for correctional officers at La Plata High School, for Session 60 of the Corrections Entrance Level Training Program of the Southern Maryland Criminal Justice Academy
The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office congratulated new graduates Corrections Deputy Magdalena Day-Simmons, Corrections Deputy Bradley Revoir and Corrections Deputy Devin Preston.
On January 8, 2019, the three new Correction Officers were presented to the Calvert Board of County Commissioners.
SMCJA is a tri-county criminal justice academy located in Nanjemoy, Maryland. It is run by the three southern Maryland police agencies; St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, Calvert County Sheriff’s Office, and Charles County Sheriff’s Office. Police recruits must finish a six month police training academy. Corrections recruits must finish an eight week (320 hours) corrections training academy.
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