Duchesne County Sheriff’s Office Recognizes Cadets

Duchesne County Sheriff’s Office is congratulating two cadets for their recent graduation from the Basic Corrections Officer training. Cadets Bryant Cook and Curtis Murphy received their certificates on October 13th  during the POST ceremony in Sandy. Cook and Murphy will work as Correction Officers at the Duchesne County Jail. “They will make excellent deputies,” shares the Sheriff’s Office. “We are proud to have them join our team and wish them all the best in a great career here at Duchesne County Sheriff’s Office.” Anyone interested in a career with Duchesne County Sheriff’s Office, is encouraged to apply at www.duchesne.utah.gov.

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