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Montana Law Enforcement Agencies Welcome over 50 New Officers

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Law Enforcement Agencies from all over the Treasure State came together on Friday morning in the Queen City to welcome 55 new officers who were graduating from the Law Enforcement Academy. Cassandra Munari was is one of those new officers who just completed this rigorous program.

"The course is intense it is 12 of training, each week is something a little bit different but you are always working on something a little bit different every week and you always got objectives you are trying to meet in those weeks so you are always looking forward to the next one." said graduate Cassanra Munari.

The goal of the academy is to learn the ropes of law enforcement from driving to shooting, and for Munari, she was able to shoot a firearm for the first time, and she actually ended up doing fairly well at it.

"Shooting was difficult for me because it was my first time ever shooting, but I was the only 9mm in the whole class, but by the end of the week I had won the shooting competition and so hard work paid off." said Munari.

From here all of these officers, including Munari, will head to different parts of the state to begin their careers.

"I am going to Great Falls and I believe it is 13 weeks long and I have got a bunch of objectives to meet there and then I will be out on the street." continued Munari.

Various police departments from around the state, the Montana Highway Patrol, Tribal Law Enforcement, and Motor Carrier Services are all receiving new officers after this graduation, and the leader of Montana's Justice System Attorney General Tim Fox knows these individuals are all ready for it.

"The Law Enforcement Academy here in  Montana is top notch and they do a great job in educating all law enforcement officers who want to work in Montana. So because this is one of my responsibilities in public safety and law enforcement and because this is such a great group of people I am fortunate enough to be here and take part in these festivities. " said Attorney General Tim Fox.

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