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A soldier, the son of a family steeped in firefighters and military personnel and a history/psychology buff are the newest officers to join the local police force.
The newly-minted officers graduated from the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy in Santa Fe Feb. 3 and in a series of interviews, explain why they’ve chosen to serve in Los Alamos.
“It’s very nice to have the support of the community – people here are happy to see us and they say hi and speak to us as opposed to some of the officers at the academy whose communities are negative and unsupportive toward their police,” Ofc. Jordan Redmond said. “The officers here really do feel a sense that the citizens support us and that’s just a great sensation.”
Redmond, 27, earned the academy’s top academic achievement award in his class of 45 officers participating from throughout the state. He is the son of former U.S. Congressman Bill Redmond, who is Cutthe New Mexico Republican Party treasurer.
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