BLET Program Boasts 100% Pass Rate

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

Southeastern Community College’s recent Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) graduates have all successfully passed their test. Most have also already secured employment. Brandy Nance is employed with the Bald Head Island Department of Public Safety. Alan May and Vann Brock are employed with the City of Whiteville Police Department. Drew Zehnder is employed with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office.

Pictured: Front row, from left, Damien Bost of Nakina and Brandy Nance of Chadbourn. Second row, from left, Alan May of Lake Waccamaw, Drew Zehnder of Ash and Vann Brock of Clarkton. 

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