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Rockland officer graduates from police academy

Nov 29, 2019
Jordan Jandreau, center, graduated Wednesday, Nov. 27 from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.

Rockland — A Rockland police officer graduated Wednesday from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.

Jordan Jandreau, who was hired earlier this year, graduated Nov. 27 from the 18-week program.

The Rockland Police Department noted on its Facebook page that Jandreau did exceptionally well, and was one of the officers selected to participate in the fallen officers ceremony.

"We're very proud of him, and are excited to get him back on Rockland's streets," the department stated.

Rockland Officer Anne Griffith, Deputy Chief Jim Pease and retired Rockland Sgt. Don Finnegan attended Jandreau's graduation.

Jandreau is originally from the Baltimore, Maryland area. He joined the United States Army at age 17 and reenlisted in his reserve unit for another six years. He attended college at the University of Maine at Presque Isle.

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