(MEDIA ADVISORY: Members of the media are invited to final day of training for the Lubbock Regional Multi-Agency Honor Guard Academy Class #2. Participants will be available for interviews at 9 a.m. on Jan. 13.)
SPC to host Lubbock Regional Multi-Agency Honor Guard Academy Jan. 9-13
LEVELLAND – South Plains College will host the Lubbock Regional Multi-Agency Honor Guard Academy Class #2 on Jan. 9–13 (Monday through Friday) in the Law Enforcement Building.
The 40-hour academy will feature honor guards representing the Levelland Police Department, Hockley County Sheriff’s Office, Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office, Texas Tech Police Department, Stephenville Police Department, Midland Police Department, Lubbock County Fire and Rescue, Lea County, Lovington Police and the New Mexico State Police. Representatives from the Border Patrol, Department of Public Service and Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office will serve as academy instructors.
Participants will spend three hours in the classroom daily and the remainder of each day working on drills, flag folding, firing practice, steps and movements. The participants will wear their trainee uniforms during the week but will have a dress rehearsal with their formal Class A Uniforms on Friday.
For more information, contact Trooper Sgt. Bill Robles of the Texas Department of Public Safety at Bill.Robles@dps.texas.gov.