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Newly Minted Cops

The 56 cadets will join police departments around the state

ABQ FREE PRESS STAFF REPORT

The New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy will graduate 56 police cadets on Wednesday, and the public is invited to attend the ceremony.

The event will begin at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Santa Fe Indian School Pueblo Pavilion Wellness Center, 1501 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe.

The cadets will join police departments around the state, including in Santa Fe, Roswell, Gallup, Morarity, Las Vegas and Alamogordo. The cadets began their training on Aug. 2, according to the NMLEA.

The NMLEA trains police officers for departments that don’t have their own training academies.

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