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Twenty-nine New MNPD Officers Graduate Tuesday Night



The Nashville police department’s officer ranks will grow Tuesday evening as a class of 29 trainees graduates from 5½ months of rigorous classroom and physical training. Vice Mayor Jim Shulman and Chief Anderson will preside over the 6 p.m. graduation ceremony at First Baptist Church of Donelson, 2526 Lebanon Pike.

The 29 members of the graduating class began training on May 1. The new officers will spend the next five to six months with precinct field training officers before patrolling the streets by themselves.

Nashville citizens, particularly those living in the Donelson-Hermitage area, are invited to attend the graduation ceremony.


Vice Mayor Jim Shulman administered the law enforcement oath to Nashville's 29 new police officers