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Members of the 58th Basic Police Academy Class state their Oath of Office during graduation at Owens Community College in Perrysburg, Ohio.

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From left, Larraine and Mike Dressel, who are Keith Dressel's parents, with Police Chief Mike Navarre, acknowledge top grad Benjamin Woody at the graduation ceremony. Officer Woody is the first officer to receive the Keith Dressel Memorial Award of Excellence. Detective Dressel was killed in the line of duty in 2007.

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Keith Dressel's family, from left, mother Larraine Dressel, son Noah Dressel, 8, wife Danielle Dressel, and stepdaughter Syndney Durham, examine the memorial award given in remembrance of the detective who died in 2007 in the line of duty.

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Anthony Foley, from left, Melvin Haney Jr. and Brian Heath pin on their badges.

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The processional of the 58th Basic Police Academy class graduation at Owens Community College in Perrysburg, Ohio.

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Lucas County Sheriff James Telb speaks to the new class of officers.

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Officer Adam Eilerts holds his son, Connor Eilerts, after graduating. Connor, born Nov. 16, was only 16 days old when his father became a police student.

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The 58th Basic Police Academy Class receives applause during graduation at Owens Community College in Perrysburg, Ohio.

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Officer Paul Marchyok, left, congratulates his nephew Scott MacInnis after graduating.

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The family of Carl Schwirzinski II holds a sign during the Toledo Police Department graduation that shows they've been supporting him since he was a little kid.

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The 28 men and two women of the 58th Toledo Police Academy class.

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