Tuesday, May 19, 2009

What's in a Number?

Courtesy of Senior Officer Matt Fowler- HPD Photo Lab

Academy Class 203, 204, 205 and 206 circled around the police academy fountain in perfect formation yesterday morning for this photograph. Seen among the cadets (white shirts) of each class are the captain, lieutenant, sergeants and training staff of each class. You will remember your class number for the rest of your life. It will always have a special meaning to you and your extended family at HPD. Join this family and become part of something you will never forget. Find out your class number today at http://www.hpdcareer.com/

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I hope to be in class 207! thanks for the inspiration!

Anonymous said...

Very nice. Great blog sir. I want to have a class number, but I am only 18!

Beau Guerra said...

Great picture, Officer McCoy! I hope 207 will be my number and I get the honor!

Anonymous said...

Officer McCoy, what was your class number? Great blog!

Senior Officer M. McCoy said...

I am out of Academy Class Number 107...How ironic that you may be going into class 207...100 classes later...wow, way to make me feel old Beau!

Anonymous said...

Do any advice you could give me on becoming physically fit. I would love to be apart of HPD but I have to become physically fit.

Beau Guerra said...

Sorry about that!! I'm getting a late start but can't wait! Looking forward to seeing you at the graduation in December, shaking your hand and telling you thank you!!!

Anonymous said...

Class 203! 3 weeks left.

Anonymous said...

I am out of class 197. Its hard to believe that class 207 is about to start.

Anonymous said...

You should follow the interns for inspiration for the High School hopefuls

Senior Officer M. McCoy said...

Sounds like a great idea. Are you an intern? Shoot me an email - officermccoy@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Love the blog. I am actually addicted to it. Please keep up the great work.

Anonymous said...

Been doing morning PT in Memorial Park since February. I know I'm ready for #207. Now, just need to finish up polygraph, background and medical and I'll be all set.