Cadet Moore's BLET

In order to show what Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) is like, the department is following Cadet Christen Moore in her journey to become an officer with the Burlington Police Department. Each week we'll post a little bit about what she is studying in the 18 weeks long training program. Hopefully, as you follow Cadet Moore's journey, you may be encouraged to start your own journey towards employment as an officer with the Burlington Police Department. Click here for more information on how to apply

Meet Cadet Moore:

"My name is Christen Moore. I am 27 years old and mother to three amazing little girls. I grew up in Mebane, NC and currently still live there. I graduated from Eastern Alamance in 2008 and was a member of the National Honor Society. I worked as a CNA for six years, five of which were at Alamance Regional Medical Center. After leaving, I became a 911 dispatcher for Alamance County. Near the end of 2017, I decided to follow my dream and pursue a career in law enforcement.  Everyone always asks me, 'Why law enforcement?' Well, my answer is simple, I enjoy helping others and working as a part of a team. The thought of knowing that at the end of the day, I have helped to not only make a difference in someone else's life, but, also, in the community in which I grew up is more satisfying that I believe I could personally get from any other career."
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This week Christen and the rest of the BLET class completed their training and graduated ready to become officers with their respective departments. Good luck to Christen and all the other graduates! We look forward to seeing what you do.

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