The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office welcomed nine new corrections officers this morning.
The nine members graduated from the Basic Corrections Academy this morning at a ceremony held at the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center in Utica. Each of the nine new recruits will be assigned to various shifts at the Oneida County Jail.
The graduation followed eight weeks of intense training that included classroom lectures, firearms training, physical fitness training and military drills.
The nine new members include:
- Tyler Barnes
- Randall Beavers
- Jason Casale
- Mary Keller
- Ryan Kuc
- Ashley Lindstadt
- Brandon Olsen
- James Quinn
- John Searles
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