SANTA FE-It may be summer but school is starting at the Department of Public Safety’s Law Enforcement Academy. On Sunday, July 8, forty-six new recruits from around the state will start their training in Basic Law Enforcement. After twenty- one weeks these recruits will be certified in the field of law enforcement and be ready to serve their communities.The recruits from class #184 come from state, county, municipal and tribal agencies from around the state.
Louis Medina director of the LEA commented, “I am looking forward to helping these recruits achieve their dream of becoming successful and productive law enforcement officers.”
The objectives of the LEA are to provide the citizens of New Mexico with a law enforcement officer who is ethical and exhibits integrity, physically and psychologically competent, well educated, professionally trained, career-oriented, motivated and sensitive to the needs of the public.
The 84th recruit class for the New Mexico State Police is set to begin July 22nd at the LEA.
Contact: Tony Lynn