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May 23, 2014


I want to wish the graduating class my congrats. I too once graduated from the academy, over 30 years ago. I am now happily retired, serving 31 years with two police departments in the Los Angeles area. I hope that each and every cadet has a long and wonderful career. I surely did.
I hope each cadet listened to their instructors, and the speeches. It took a great deal of time, energy, and pain to reach this period. Use common sense and enjoy your time. Best of luck.

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