Sheriff welcomes new Deputy, Deputy Orlando Dennis, recently joined 70 other Law Enforcement Officers from across the state as they Graduated from Class 2014 – A, of the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy after nearly three months of training. Deputy Dennis was employed in October of 2013 as a Detention Officer he served as a transport officer prior to being selected by Sheriff Singleton to attend the Law Enforcement Training Academy in January of this year. Orlando is a great addition to our professional law enforcement team; I expect very good things from him said the Sheriff. Deputy Dennis graduated Magnolia High School in 2006 and has attended BossierParishCommunity College and UACCH and is working toward a degree in Criminal Justice. Since graduating from ALETA on March 28, 2014 Deputy Dennis has been undergoing on the Job training by other deputies to become familiar with Hempstead County Sheriff’s Policies and Procedures. Once his field training is complete he will be assigned to the Sheriff’s patrol division.
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