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Caddo Sheriff will swear in a dozen auxiliary deputies

The Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office will soon have 12 new auxiliary deputies serving in the community.
The Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office will soon have 12 new auxiliary deputies serving in the community.

Graduation for the Caddo Sheriff's Office Auxiliary Deputy Class #30 will be at 6 p.m. Monday, July 14, at Sheriff's Safety Town on 8910 Jewella Ave.

Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator will swear in the graduates who are: Tom Brown, Doyle (Wayne) Harris, Bruce Hunter, Agu Medvedev, Margaret Medvedev, Charles Patterson, Gwen Pruiett, Carlos (Dean) Pullig, Trudy Welch, David Williamson, Matthew Williamson, and Tamiko Younger.
Auxiliary deputies supplement full-time Caddo sheriff's deputies by volunteering their services to the Sheriff's Office and community in a non-enforcement capacity. 

Graduates were required to complete 72 hours of classroom instruction and 40 hours on patrol with a full-time deputy to complete the program.

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