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  1. Reports that the National Guard are deploying to Baltimore County are false. No...

    Reports that the National Guard are deploying to Baltimore County are false. No unusual activity in the county at this time. EA
    2015-04-28T20:04:05+01:00http://www.facebook.com/BaltimoreCountyPoliceandFire/posts/974199319256866
  2. Chief Jim Johnson and County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, speaking to media this af...

    Chief Jim Johnson and County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, speaking to media this afternoon about rumors of unrest in the county related to the riots in Baltimore. We continue to investigate all rumors and have allocated resources throughout the county in case any problems occur.


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  3. All Baltimore County Public Schools after-school and evening activities are canc...

    All Baltimore County Public Schools after-school and evening activities are cancelled for April 28. ^JH
    2015-04-28T17:10:26+01:00http://www.facebook.com/BaltimoreCountyPoliceandFire/posts/974067492603382
  4. The Baltimore County Police Department is aware of the messages on social media...

    The Baltimore County Police Department is aware of the messages on social media talking about gatherings at locations in Baltimore County. The department is taking these messages seriously and has gathered appropriate resources should the need for them occur. At this time, there is no evidence that a gathering is imminent.

    The Baltimore County Police Department also has assistance available for the Baltimore City Police Department. Tactical, Aviation and K-9 units are available to respond to calls for service in Baltimore City if needed. Extra personnel are also on standby. In addition, Baltimore County Police are handling duties normally handled by the Maryland State Police in Baltimore County.

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenitz and Police Chief James Johnson will be holding a press conference at 1 p.m. today at the Public Safety Building (700 E Joppa Rd 21286) to address community concerns about the social media messages.
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Keyword: graduation

The Baltimore County Police Department’s 140th Recruit class graduation will take place Tuesday, December 23, at 7:30 p.m. The ceremony will take place at Notre Dame Preparatory School, 815 Hampton Lane, Towson 21286.

Police Chief James Johnson will present the awards. The Chief and Mr. Charles W. Rapp, Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions, will present the diplomas to the recruits. Cecil County Sheriff Scott Adams will hand diplomas to the new deputies. The Honorable Julie Ensor, Clerk of the County Circuit Court, will administer the oath of office and the Reverend Darron McKinney will preside over the benediction and adjournment.

The recruits trained for 27 weeks and will spend the next two years in the field as they apply the skills learned in the classroom.

The following is a list of the recruits and their assignments.

Precinct 1 – Wilkens
Richard M. Andrews IV
Sean D. Brennan
Margarita J. Chuisano
Brandon R. Crane
Jordan A. Grafton
Lauren R. Orem
Julia M. Rogulski

Precinct 2 – Woodlawn
Stanley A. Strumsky
Bryan C. Trussell Jr.

Precinct 3 – Franklin
Kevin G. Nickoles

Precinct 4Pikesville
Jason M. Cawley
Joseph C. Parks Jr.
Robert M. Poletynski Jr.
Maria C. Rigatuso
Brandi L. Rios
Daniel W. Sager
Christopher A. Wensel

Precinct 6Towson
Samuel W. Benton
Sarah J. Walter

Precinct 11Essex
Nicholas R. Moore
Joshua M. Ronning
Amy H. Sorrells
Timothy G. Turner
Brett M. Walker
Peter Wong

Precinct 12North Point
Garrett A. Acosta
Victor A. Dulay
Robert E. Francis III
Christopher P. Harding
Kevin D. Jobe
Kathleen Strickler
Cory J. Wilson

Cecil County Deputies
Deputy Christopher T. Jones
Deputy Charles B. Nicholas Jr.
Deputy Warren E. Schilling III
Deputy Jeffrey D. Wathne

The 104th Recruit Class of the Baltimore County Fire-Rescue Academy will graduate tonight in ceremonies at Loch Raven High School, 1212 Cowpens Ave. 21286. The ceremony begins at 7 p.m.

This graduating class comprises 39 recruits, including 22 men and 17 women.

The recruits graduate as Probationary Emergency Medical Technicians. They began training on August 11 and completed their studies today.

Fire Chief John Hohman is scheduled to speak this evening.

The new graduates will be assigned to career fire stations around the county and will remain on probationary status for two years. The recruits are:

Kevin Abendschoen
Tyler Armstrong
Cara Attanasio
Andrew Barrows
Tyler Bowers
Charles Brian
Joseph Brush II
Joshua Burkins
Jessica Burkins
Rebecca Cantera
Ronald Cardwell Jr.
Joel Carr
Mario Chauvin
Matthew Chesney
Emily Dilworth
William Doetzer
Ashley Downer
Christopher Evans
Lindsay Goff
Sasha Hamlet
Shanna Hamlin
Kevin Hudson
Robin Johnson
NaKeesha King
Ericka McKoy
Morgan McLennan
Joshua Montague
Michael Morris
Audrey Puleio
Amanda Reitz
Thomas Rice Jr.
Taylor Russell
Jesse Sanders
Teresa Santos
Sandra Scott
Whitney Sharpe
John Sibiga III
Damon Smith
Caleb Spriggs

The 103rd Recruit Class of the Baltimore County Fire-Rescue Academy will graduate tonight, June 25, at 7 p.m. The ceremony will be held at Loch Raven High School, 1212 Cowpens Avenue, Towson, MD 21286.

Deputy Administrative Officer Donna Morrison, representing County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, and Fire Chief John Hohman will address the class and award the diplomas.

The graduating class comprises 36 recruits – 14 women and 22 men – who have trained as emergency medical technicians and paramedics. They will serve as paramedics and probationary emergency medical technicians in the EMS division for two years.

The recruits began training March 24 at the Fire-Rescue Academy in Sparrows Point and have completed 18 weeks of training. Their instruction includes: emergency vehicle operation, hazardous materials, basic firefighting skills, self-contained breathing apparatus, EMT skills, Fire Department operations, CPR, intravenous therapy, safety and various topics related to basic and advanced medical care.

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