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Ten Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office correctional recruits graduated Thursday from the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy. The agencies recruits took a majority of the class awards including the session’s highest honor. 

Recruit Stanley L. Jones received the Ricky L. Timbrook Award, named in honor of a fallen Winchester Police Officer. The Timbrook award goes to the recruit who personifies the highest standards. Jones also served as the class president. Douglas W. Duhl, Jr., received the top academic achievement award. Toby R. Pelt received the award for top skills achievement. Michelle L. Hand received awards for top overall achievement and female physical fitness. 

RappCJA139.JPGThe members of the graduating class for Jail Officer Basic #139 (Middletown) are Douglas W. Duhl, Jr., Jaclyn K. Hamilton, Michelle L. Hand, Stanley L. Jones, Anna K. McGuiney, Toby R. Pelt, Thomas W. Robinson, Sean D. Sumey, Vanessa M. Wick, and Donald L. Williams, Jr.   

The new correctional deputies will begin a four-week in-house training program at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center (ADC). The state-of-the-art facility opened in the summer of 2007 and houses maximum, medium, and minimum security level inmates. 

The Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy is a Virginia regional training academy which trains basic and veteran law enforcement officers, correctional officers and communications officers for more than sixty agencies.  The academy has campuses in Fredericksburg, Middletown and Hanover.