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LPD proud to announce new CLEET certified instructors

LAWTON, Okla._The Lawton Police Department is proud to announce seven new CLEET certified instructors.

The Lawton Police Department announced Friday that Lt. John Mull, Lt. Brad Davis, Lt. Ulysses Henderson, Lt. Eric Carter, Det. Jessy Griggs, Det. Anthony Bray and Sgt. Ernie Calfee successfully completed months of training and instruction before becoming certified instructors.

The first Firearms Instructor class started in March and consisted of six phases. Those phases included shooting, handgun and shotgun handling, firearm safety, decision making and range safety rules and practices. Their training also included range tower commands and a CLEET basic academy to show their teaching proficiency.

They are also accepting applications from potential new officers. More information on where to pick up and drop off applications can be found here.

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