Long Beach
Police Department

Media Relations
400 W. Broadway
Long Beach, CA 90802
(562) 570-5273
3/23/2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEPress Release # 2017
Subject:
L.B.P.D. RECRUIT ACADEMY GRADUATION CEREMONY
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 Class 90s Graduation Ceremony
 RECRUIT CLASS #90

 

The Long Beach Police Department is pleased to announce the graduation of Recruit Academy Class #90.   The graduation ceremony was held today, March 23, 2017, at the Long Beach Performing Arts Terrace Theater.

Thirty-eight Long Beach Police Department recruits and two Redondo Beach Police Department recruits successfully completed 25½ weeks of intense academic, physical and practical training in areas such as: Patrol Procedures and Law Enforcement Tactics, Firearms Training, Weaponless Defense, Criminal Law, Vehicle Operations, Community Oriented Public Safety, Persons with Mental Health Disabilities, Cultural Diversity/Human Relations, and Procedural Justice.    

Class #90 is group who brings to the department a wide range of talents from a variety of backgrounds. The graduating class included the following officers:

Officer Steven Baranowski
Officer Xavier Brookes
Officer Braulio Carbajal
Officer Juan De Dios Carreon
Officer Maritza Castillo
Officer Trevor Costin
Officer Yesenia Contreras*
Officer Jeffrey Craver
Officer Alvin Do
Officer Harrison Ernenwein
Officer Anton Fischer
Officer Eric Gorski
Officer Adrian Guzman
Officer Daniel Haley*
Officer Aaron Henry
Officer Stephen Hunt
Officer Jessica Jenkin
Officer Donovan Joubert
Officer Melissa Kiser
Officer Hector Lizardo
Officer Mary Marschke
Officer Adrian Martinez
Officer Cesar Najera
Officer Aidan Nolasco
Officer Daniel Parkhurst
Officer Tesha Perales
Officer Omar Ponce
Officer Grant Potter
Officer Brian Prebanda
Officer Pedro Ramirez
Officer Feliciano Reyes
Officer McAdam Richardson
Officer Eric Robbins
Officer David Salcedo
Officer Justin San Juan
Officer Roger Santos
Officer Brian Seielstad
Officer Gordon Stojanovski
Officer Manny Tejeda
Officer Genaro Vega

The graduates will now enter the field training phase where they will develop expertise and knowledge in patrol operations, and apply the skills they learned during their academy experience under the guidance of senior officers.  

The Long Beach Police Department congratulates the graduates and wishes them continued success in their future careers as law enforcement officers. 

*Redondo Beach Police Officer