Area police officers graduate Basic Class 223 at Indiana Law Enforcement Academy

UNDATED – Several area law enforcement officers have completed their required training from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Class 223.

Indiana Basic Law Enforcement Class 223

The training is a sixteen week course covering 600 hours of training.

The ILEA Basic Class 223 arrived on Sunday, April 11. They completed four weeks of online virtual classroom training prior to their arrival.

Photo: Indiana Law Enforcement Academy

Area of study include traffic law, firearms, emergency vehicle operations, physical tatics, EMS awareness, and human behavior.

Applicants must be a US citizen, over the age of 21 and not more than 36 years old at the time of their hiring, have a clean criminal record, and at least a high school diploma or GED.

The following police officers have completed their required training:

  • Brent Tompkins – Bedford Police Department
  • Bradley Jay – Seymour Police Department
  • Aaron Means – Loogootee Police Department
  • Aaron Guzzman – Washington Indiana Police Department