King George grad to join Sheriff’s office
Westmoreland County Deputy Toni M. Moles was among 39 who graduated recently at the 124th Basic Law Enforcement Session of the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy.
“Deputy Moles will be a tremendous asset to our community,” said Sheriff C.O. Balderson. “I am extremely proud and excited to have her as an appointee with the sheriff’s office.”
Sixteen different law enforcement agencies were represented at the Academy’s graduation. Training consists of an eighteen week regimen with written and practical examinations to include physical fitness. Subjects include Laws and Legal Process, Community Policing, Drug Identification, DUI/DUID, Police Professionalism and Officer Safety/Survival. The academy also instructs participants in skills training such as Defensive Driving and Firearms.
Deputy Moles graduated King George High School and East Carolina University where she graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice.