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Southern Regional Public Safety Institute Holds Graduation PDF Print E-mail
Friday, March 12, 2010
Contact Van Arnold, 601.266.5568   

Forty members of the Southern Regional Public Safety Institute (SRPSI) received graduation certificates on Friday, March 12 during a ceremony held at Camp Shelby.

Sponsored by The University of Southern Mississippi, the institute is a multi-function public safety training academy for law enforcement personnel from across the state. The academy’s mission is to provide up-to-date professional training through a nine-week (400-hour) basic academy, as well as offer in-service or advance training across a broad spectrum of public safety areas.

Hinds County Sheriff Malcolm E. McMillin served as guest speaker for Friday’s event.

For more information about the institute, call 601.558.2172.


Forty trainees from the Southern Regional Public Safety Institute earned graduation certificates on Friday, March 12, 2010 during a ceremony held at Camp Shelby. (Office of University Communications photo by Steve Rouse)


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County Sheriff Malcolm McMillin receives a plaque from class leader Jonathan A. Keen during the Southern Regional Public Safety Institute’s graduation ceremony held Friday, March 12, 2010 at Camp Shelby. Looking on is Dr. Julian Allen, associate vice president for Research & Economic Development at The University of Southern Mississippi. (Office of University Communications photo by Steve Rouse)

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