The Delaware State Police Superintendent Colonel Nathaniel McQueen Jr. announced the graduation ceremonies for the 93rd Delaware State Police and 89th Municipal Recruit Class. The ceremonies celebrated and recognized the successful completion of Law Enforcement training of 25 Delaware State Troopers and 24 Law Enforcement Officers representing the Delaware River & Bay Authority, Dover Police Department, Georgetown Police Department, Newark Police Department, University of Delaware Police Department, Seaford Police Department, Smyrna Police Department, and South Bethany Police Department. “On Wednesday, March 4th, 2020 the strength of the Delaware Law Enforcement Community grew beyond measure with the addition of 25 State Troopers and 24 Municipal Officers representing eight agencies from across the State. These graduates represent the top 2.5% of the over 2,000 women and men who pursued positions in this Academy Class and their performance over the past few months reinforced that they were the best of the best! After receiving two and a half times the minimum training hours required by the Council on Police Training these women and men stand ready to serve the citizens of Delaware with the requisite confidence, passion, and humility to make all Delawareans safe and proud of their Law Enforcement protectors,” said, Captain Jason Sapp, Director of Training for the Delaware State Police.