Butler Community College Welcomes New Public Safety OfficerPublished January 26, 2017 at 11:36 am
Officer Daniel Frazier joins the Butler Community College Public Safety Department after graduating from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center, KLETC, on Dec. 9, 2016.
During this 14-week academy, Frazier studied criminal law, crime scene management and emergency vehicle operations. This rigorous training program, associated with the University of Kansas, requires 560 hours of classroom and shooting range time.
Frazier, a graduate of El Dorado High School, served three years with the Butler County Sheriff’s Detention division. While at the Sheriff’s department, Frazier worked as a Field Training Deputy and Assistant Trainer for tactical movements.
The Department of Public Safety at Butler Community College is comprised of 11 certified police officers and trained public safety personnel who are available 24 hours a day. Under Kansas law, police and public safety officers have jurisdiction over any properties or events that the college owns or operates, as well as the contiguous roadways to the college’s campuses and during any investigative action. The officers are trained and equipped to respond to and manage police, fire and emergency medical events, ranging from minor vehicle accidents to critical weather and crime incidents.