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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Police swore in 75 cadets in the department's 61st police academy
class on Tuesday.
needed these officers and I want to be fired up and I want to display that type
of intensity to these cadets," said Police Chief Derrick Diggs. "Because we
need to get them through this police academy, we need to get them trained, and
I need to get them out there in the street to complete my public safety
was the first of 186 days of training. A lot will be thrown at the cadets,
including report writing and weapons training. They will prepare for nearly
1,000 hours for their new job.
plan on this being the last job that I'm ever going to do," said trainee Ben-Jiang
Tsou. "I'm 100 percent committed."
Diggs says it will take nothing less than 100 percent to earn their badge.