Duchesne County Sheriff’s Office Welcomes New Graduate

Like most agencies, Duchesne County Sheriff’s Office is almost always in the process of hiring and training new cadets for their team. Sheriff Dave Boren was among many in attendance at the Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) ceremony in Sandy on Thursday, honoring new graduates from the program. Duchesne County’s cadet Tim Adams received his Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) certification at the graduation ceremony. “In the next few weeks, Deputy Adams will complete the office Field Operations Training to become our newest Patrolman with our organization,” shares the Sheriff’s Office. “We believe he will make an excellent deputy and be an asset to our community and office.” Congratulations Deputy Tim Adams!

featured in photo: Cpl. Jared Harrison, Sheriff Dave Boren, Deputy Tim Adams (Cadet) and Patrol Lt. Monty Nay

featured in photo: Cpl. Jared Harrison, Sheriff Dave Boren, Deputy Tim Adams (Cadet) and Patrol Lt. Monty Nay

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