12 deputies graduate 90-hour course dealing with working in a corrections environment

Posted: December 3rd, 2014 | Filed under: News Releases


Twelve St. Bernard Parish sheriff’s deputies recently graduated a 90-hour Corrections Division course in Peace Officers Standards and Training, or P.O.S.T., dealing with working in a prison environment or Juvenile Detention Center.

P.O.S.T. Corrections is aimed at preparing deputies for their careers in Corrections. Topics covered in the training include defensive tactics, use of pepper spray which involved each deputy being pepper-sprayed to deal with its effects, booking procedures, writing reports and other aspects of working in corrections.

Members of the class including deputies and an instructor were, from left, Christopher Manno, Instructor Lt. Dennis Morgan, Thomas Murana, Blake Kelly, Robert Maloz, Keri Krenkel, Matthew Schmill, Rosalyn Cantrell, Richard Chauppetta III, Lowell Horne Jr., Kyle Brown, Alan Clomburg Jr., and Jeremy Lobre.

Three Corrections Division instructors not pictured include Capt. Andre Dominick, Capt. Adrian Chalona and Cpl. Brandon Lewis.