The Hays County Basic Corrections Officer Academy is part of the Hays County Sheriff’s Office Training Academy, which trains officers to provide the highest quality law…
On February 14, 2018, at 3:00 pm, Hays County Sheriff Gary Cutler presented certificates to the newest Graduating Class of the Hays County Basic Corrections Officer Academy, BCAT class 11.
Seven Hays County corrections officers and three Caldwell County corrections officers successfully completed the program.
The program consisted of more than 100 hours of intense training designed to meet or exceed the Texas Commission on Jail Standards. Cadets learned basic concepts such as history, ethics, and liability; jail procedures including booking, records, and searches; and safety to include the use of force, defense tactics, headcounts, and facility security.
Sheriff Cutler congratulated each graduate as they began their new career in the corrections field of law enforcement.
The Hays County Basic Corrections Officer Academy is part of the Hays County Sheriff’s Office Training Academy, which trains officers to provide the highest quality law enforcement instruction and to ensure at all times that the standards and requirements of the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement and the Hays County Sheriff’s Office are met or exceeded.
Photo Caption: Jacob Gotfredson, Jorge Cruz, Chief Deputy Jamie Page, Clayton Alexander, Cody Kitchen, Reginald Moore, Kimberly Ramirez, Roy Burkhart, Alec Moreno, Cheyenne Raquet, Anthony Wilburn, Sheriff Gary Cutler.