Two Wyandotte County law enforcement officers have graduated from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center near Yoder, Kan.
They were part of the 224th basic training class at the center, and their class had 47 officers from municipal, county and state law enforcement agencies.
The two from Wyandotte County who graduated were Timothy Mock, a deputy in the Wyandotte County Sheriff's Department; and Justin Longoria, a patrol officer for the Kansas City Kansas Community College campus police.
Their training began April 22 and ended with graduation Aug. 2.
They received certificates of course completion from Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center and law enforcement certification from the Kansas Commission on Peace Officers' Standards and Training.
There were classroom lectures and hands-on training.
As many as 5,600 Kansas officers use the center for training each year. The center is a division of the University of Kansas Continuing Education.