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State Attorney’s Office Teaches Local Law Enforcement Recruits

State Attorney’s Office Teaches Local Law Enforcement Recruits

On February 4th, State Attorney Bill Gladson spoke to law enforcement recruits at the Citrus County Public Safety Training Center located at Withlacoochee Technical College. Gladson served as guest speaker for Assistant State Attorney Conrad Juergensmeyer, who has taught the legal course for new recruits since 2014.

The 23 recruits will attend 770 hours of instruction. Once the recruits complete the course, they will take a state exam and can apply to agencies across Florida.

“I enjoy being a part of the training and preparation of future law enforcement officers,” said Juergensmeyer. “It is a great opportunity to begin building working relationships that will continue when they become sworn law enforcement officers making the cases we will prosecute.”

Juergensmeyer has taught nearly 400 recruits throughout his career. He began working for the Fifth Judicial Circuit in 1993. He has been the supervisor of the Hernando County office since 2015.  

 


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