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Bristol County Sheriff’s Office finishes big week for first-responder training

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This week is a big week for first-responder training in the Corrections Officer Academy. Craig Assad and the Training Division – Lt. Robert Matos, Sgt. Moses Isidoro and CO Amanda Custodio – worked on CPR and other life-saving training this week.

Great job everyone!

Want to be part of a team, learn life-saving skills and take the first step in your law enforcement career? We’re hiring Corrections Officers and taking applications for the next academy in July.

Visit our website – www.bcso-ma.us – for an application and more details, or contact Caitlin DeMelo in Human Resources for more information at caitlindemelo@bcso-ma.org. You can also drop us a DM and we’ll get back to you.


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Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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