Van Buren County officer completes commencement program | Information


The four-week program was held on the KVCC Regulation Enforcement Coaching Middle.

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Officer Dawn Kelly. (Photo via Van Buren County Sheriff's Office).
Officer Daybreak Kelly. (Photograph by way of Van Buren County Sheriff’s Workplace).

VAN BUREN COUNTY, MI (WKZO AM/FM) — The Van Buren County Sheriff’s Workplace has introduced that one in all their officers has accomplished an area corrections officer coaching academy program.

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Police say that Corrections Officer Daybreak Kelly accomplished the four-week program held on the KVCC Regulation Enforcement Coaching Middle.

This system presents coaching within the following topics:

  • Custody and safety
  • defensive ways
  • first support (together with CPR and AED procedures)
  • suicide consciousness
  • hearth security
  • interpersonal communications

“Congratulations to our graduate Daybreak Kelly who is devoted to studying vital abilities and furthering her training so as to safely and successfully handle our inmate inhabitants”, County Sheriff Daniel E. Abbott mentioned. “The coaching helps our corrections officers develop and follow the instruments obligatory to achieve success in a excessive stress surroundings”.

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The academy is licensed by the Michigan Sheriffs’ Coordinating and Coaching Council.

Officers say that this system is a crucial factor of offering the mandatory abilities for sustaining a protected, safe surroundings for correction officers, inmates and county residents.

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