Four UI Police Officers Graduate From Academy
The University of Iowa Department of Public Safety police division has four
new graduates of the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy.
"This is the first time in the history of the department we have had
four officers attending the academy at the same time," said Duane Papke,
Department of Public Safety associate director. All four officers have been
assigned to shifts for further field training.
The four graduates are:
L. Noska, 37, of Solon. Noska, a Solon High School graduate, graduated
April 4 from the 191st Basic Training class at the Iowa Law Enforcement
Academy. Noska previously worked for the UI Department of Public Safety
for 10 years as a security guard and was certified as a communications
W. Smith, 31, of Iowa City. An April 4 graduate of the 191st Basic Training
class from the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, Smith received his four-year
undergraduate bachelor of science degree in business management from
Upper Iowa University in 1999.
M. Heck, 24, is from Cedar Rapids. An April 11 graduate of the 192nd
Basic Training class from the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, Heck received
his four-year undergraduate bachelor of arts degree in psychology/sociology
from Coe College in 2001.
R. Weil, 23, of Coralville also graduated April 11 from the 192nd Basic
Training class from the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy. In May 2002, Weil
received her bachelor of arts degree in sociology from the University
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Writer: Josh Rosenthal.