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VASSALBORO, Maine (AP) — Dozens of new police officers are graduating from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy just in time for holiday patrols.
All told, 60 men and women are graduating Friday during a ceremony at the academy in Vassalboro.
Steve McCausland of the Maine Public Safety Department says the officers are going to be put to work. He says most of them will begin patrols immediately, in time for holiday enforcement efforts.
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