New police academy grad carries on family law enforcement legacy as District Court marshal

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After 22 weeks of tough training, class 2017-02 of new graduates from the Southern Desert Regional Police Academy suited up for graduation in December. The guest speaker, City of Henderson Police Department Chief LaTesha Watson gave the new graduates a lot to think about including: “Never get complacent. Remember your training. Never quit. When you feel like quitting, think about why you started in the beginning. Most important – family comes first. Behind every strong police officer is an even stronger family who stands with them supports them through it all and loves them with all their heart. Family has been key in my success rising to the top.”  https://youtu.be/TAJ7tmy7EE

Raymundo Enriquez who just successfully completed the police academy was among the graduates listening to Chief Watson’s words with classmates. Chief Watson’s words probably rang true for Raymundo. He comes from a family of law enforcement professionals.  When his name was called, he had the honor of having his father pin his District Court marshal badge to his uniform. It is an honor reserved for law enforcement professionals https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBHDzi4ase0\. Just six months earlier, Marshal Raymundo’s father Lt. Ray Enriquez Sr. retired from the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department. “It’s a great opportunity for him,” said Lt. Ray Enriquez. ”Law enforcement runs in the family so he is going to carry on law enforcement for another generation.”

District Court is looking to recruit others who would like to serve as a marshal. Military veterans are encouraged to consider joining the marshal force. The court is working with the Las Vegas Urban League, Nevada Partners, the Nevada Department of Employment Training and Rehabilitation and the College of Southern Nevada to sponsor military veterans for the Criminal Justice Academy P.O.S.T. certification. Those interested in applying should complete a bailiff/deputy marshal application from the county website employment section HTTP://WWW.CLARKCOUNTYNV.GOV/DEPTS/HUMAN_RESOURCES/PAGES/EMPLOYMENTOPPORTUNITIES.ASPX.

 

The guest speaker, City of Henderson Police Department Chief LaTesha Watson gave the new graduates a lot to think about https://youtu.be/TAJ7tmy7EEQ

Chief Watson’s words probably rang true for Raymundo. He comes from a family of law enforcement professionals.  When his name was called, he had the honor of having his father pin his District Court Marshal badge to his uniform.

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2017-12-28T00:00:12+00:00 December 28th, 2017|

Judge Bryce Duckworth Takes On Role To Preside Over District Court Family Division

Judge Bryce Duckworth Takes On Role To Preside Over District Court Family Division

2017-12-21T21:59:40+00:00 December 21st, 2017|
 Judge Bryce Duckworth will take on the role to preside over the Nevada Eighth Judicial District Court Family Division, effective January 1. Judge Duckworth will take over for Judge Charles Hoskin, who has served as the presiding judge of the Family Division for two terms.“I [...]
2017-12-21T21:59:40+00:00 December 21st, 2017|

December 12 Civil Bench Bar promises to be informative and fun way to get a jump on 2018

December 12 Civil Bench Bar promises to be informative and fun way to get a jump on 2018

2017-12-08T21:34:57+00:00 December 8th, 2017|
The District Court Civil Division is closing out the year with a fun and enlightening Civil Bench-Bar meeting on Dec. 12 at noon in courtroom 10D. The meeting will give those a jump on 2018 with information on Rule 16.1. Discovery Commissioner Bonnie Bulla will [...]
2017-12-08T21:34:57+00:00 December 8th, 2017|