(Cleveland) - The 140th graduating class from the Cleveland Police Department Academy were sworn in as peace officers at City Hall downtown. 49 newly-minted officers were joined by a single graduate from the city Fire Academy at the ceremony, which was hosted and administered by Mayor Jackson and Police Chief Calvin Williams. Those Academy grads had to undergo over 1100 hours of training to get to this point. They represent just part of the 150 new Cleveland police officers that should be out on the streets by the end of the year, in the wake of voter passage of Issue 32. The city claims another 100 police will matriculate in 2019.