Sheriff Michael F. Strada recently completed a five day training program hosted by the FBI-Law Enforcement Executive Development Association. Sheriff Strada was one of thirty participants from throughout the United States who attended the week long training program in Richmond, Virginia that focused on Command Institute for Law Enforcement Executives. The Command Institute focuses on and provides real life contemporary and futuristic strategies and techniques for those in command level positions. Participants engaged in such topics as leading a new command, leading change, organizational culture, surviving and succeeding as a police executive, audits and controls and liability. The training had a high degree of student participation. Sheriff Strada said “Whenever you are able to obtain this level of training it is a benefit to our organization, I was able to learn and network with some of the best instructors in our country.”
Sheriff Strada Attends FBI Leadership Training
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