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Sturgeon Bay Police Cadets building back stronger

You do not have to go far to get a jumpstart on a potential career in law enforcement. The Sturgeon Bay Police Cadets restarted its organization in June after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19. Because of the time off, the Sturgeon Bay Police Cadets had to rebuild its roster while continuing to hold its training sessions. Finding success with the program is not hard to find. Manitowoc Police Officer Sterling Gardner and Door County Sheriff’s Department Patrol Deputy Triston Beauchamp were both recent graduates of the Sturgeon Bay Police Cadets, something program advisor and Sturgeon Bay Police Officer Brandon Shew says highlights the training they do and the success they have had.

The Sturgeon Bay Police Cadets is open to high school and college students between the ages of 14-20. They meet approximately once to twice a month, train with law enforcement officers, and attend conferences and competitions. You can find more information about the program below.



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