Jail and correctional officers graduate
October 10, 2016

Nine jail and correctional officers from Wicomico, Worcester, Dorchester, Talbot and Caroline counties graduated in the 96th entrance-level class of the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy (ESCJA) operated by Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury.

Graduation exercises, which were held in Guerrieri Hall on the college campus, featured a commencement address by Detective Capt. William Sage of the internal investigative division of the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.

Donald Rollyson Jr., assistant director of the ESCJA, and Carl L. Crumbacker Sr., ESCJA coordinator, presided at the ceremony. Craig O. Wilson of the Wicomico County Department of Corrections was the class speaker.

In addition to Wilson, graduates included Andrew J. Meyer and Keith L. Mills Sr. of the Wicomico County Department of Corrections, James W. Burke of the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office, Crescencio Ramirez of the Dorchester County Department of Corrections, Andre D. Gibson Jr. and Mary A. Sard of the Talbot County Department of Corrections and Kimberly E. Bond and Christopher Z. Hajek of the Caroline County Department of Corrections.

WICOMICO and WORCESTER GRADUATES. Wicomico and Worcester County jail and correctional officers who graduated in the 96th entrance-level class of the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy operated by Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury are shown, from left, Andrew J. Meyer, Keith L. Mills Sr. and Craig O. Wilson from the Wicomico County Department of Corrections and James W. Burke of the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office.

UPPER SHORE GRADUATES. Upper Shore jail and correctional officers who graduated in the 96th entrance-level class of the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy operated by Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury are shown, from left, Crescencio Ramirez of the Dorchester County Department of Corrections, Andre D. Gibson Jr. and Mary A. Sard of the Talbot County Department of Corrections, and Kimberly E. Bond and Christopher Z. Hajek of the Caroline County Department of Corrections.