Emmetsburg Officers Graduate From Academy
Two local men recently completed their training at the Regional Law Enforcement Training Academy Carter Daniel and Jac Netsch, both of Emmetsburg both graduated from the academy, which is based on the campus of Western Iowa Technical Community College in Sioux City.
Carter Daniel is a graduate of Des Moines Area Commnity College, while Jac Netsch is a graduate of Iowa Lakes Community College. Both were hired this past Summer as Patrol Officers for the Emmtesburg Police Department.
WITCC’s regional law enforcement training academy graduation ceremony was held at WITCC November 3.
The ceremonies were attended by advisory council members and local dignitaries as well as family and friends of the graduating officers.
Emmetsburg’s officers are members of the 27th group of police officers to graduate from WITCC’s regional law enforcement training academy since its inception. The group enrolled for classes in September for an eight-week training program.
In order to graduate, each of the students had to demonstrate competency in 42 different subjects including fingerprinting, forensics, defensive tactics, minority relations and traffic stops.
With their graduation, both Officer Daniel and Officer Netsch are now serving the community of Emmetsburg in full-time status as Emmetsburg Police Officers.