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Houston Police Department Graduates 65 New Cadets

By: Paige Hubbard 

It may have been a gloomy day out yesterday in Houston, but that didn’t match the energy inside Brentwood Baptist Church.

The Houston Police Department command staff members welcomed and graduated 65 police cadets, who will now serve and protect the citizens of Houston.

The cadets completed rigorous training at the Houston Police Dept. that has equipped them with tools of success

NTV Houston would like to congratulate all the brave men and women who now join the ranks as esteemed police officials.

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