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Graduation Ceremony for 241 New Correction Officers
 
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Correction Commissioner Martin F. Horn and Chief of Department Robert N. Davoren preside over a graduation and swearing-in ceremony for 241 new probationary correction officers and 42 new promotees.  The Mayor was also joined by Norman Seabrook, President, Corrections Officers Benevolent Association, and Peter Meringolo, President, Correction Captains Association. The ceremony was held at the Christ the King High School in Middle Village, Queens.  

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Correction Commissioner Martin F. Horn and Chief of Department Robert N. Davoren preside over a graduation and swearing-in ceremony for 241 new probationary correction officers and 42 new promotees.  The Mayor was also joined by Norman Seabrook, President, Corrections Officers Benevolent Association, and Peter Meringolo, President, Correction Captains Association. The ceremony was held at the Christ the King High School in Middle Village, Queens.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Correction Commissioner Martin F. Horn and Chief of Department Robert N. Davoren preside over a graduation and swearing-in ceremony for 241 new probationary correction officers and 42 new promotees.  The Mayor was also joined by Norman Seabrook, President, Corrections Officers Benevolent Association, and Peter Meringolo, President, Correction Captains Association. The ceremony was held at the Christ the King High School in Middle Village, Queens.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Correction Commissioner Martin F. Horn and Chief of Department Robert N. Davoren preside over a graduation and swearing-in ceremony for 241 new probationary correction officers and 42 new promotees.  The Mayor was also joined by Norman Seabrook, President, Corrections Officers Benevolent Association, and Peter Meringolo, President, Correction Captains Association. The ceremony was held at the Christ the King High School in Middle Village, Queens.
 

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