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Florida program puts commandos back in uniform and out on the streets as law enforcement officers | Military Times

Florida program puts commandos back in uniform and out on the streets as law enforcement officers | Military Times

A new special operations forces career-transition program in Florida is putting service members back in uniform by turning former commandos into law enforcement officers.

Run by the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office, the program is part of the the Law Enforcement Academy at Pasco-Hernando State College. While PCSO officials say they would consider hiring program graduates, those completing the course become eligible to serve in law enforcement departments of any Florida county, said Pasco County Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Jennie Jones, an academy instructor.

The program is in its infancy and seeking recruits, said George McDonald, a retired Army Green Beret colonel and the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office Bureau Chief of Joint Operations.

Source: Florida program puts commandos back in uniform and out on the streets as law enforcement officers | Military Times

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