Outstanding Cops Graduate from Florida Leadership Academy
By Space Coast Daily // April 20, 2012
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA – The Florida Criminal Justice Executive Institute announced the graduation today of 10 Brevard County first-line supervisors from the Florida Leadership Academy.
The graduates represent criminal justice agencies from across the county who serve in leadership roles within their agencies.
Area graduates of the 23rd Florida Leadership Academy include: Eric G. Anderson, Satellite Beach Police Department; Eric S. Austin, Cocoa Police Department; Amelia Bray, Titusville Police Department; Christopher R. Crawford, Rockledge Police Department; Patrick Dovale, Cocoa Police Department; Belden C. Ferguson, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office; Eric T. Fuller, Satellite Beach Police Department; Glen Hamann, Titusville Police Department; Robert A. Lough, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office; and Angela Matthews, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.
These outstanding law enforcement officers met for four weeks at the Daytona State College in Volusia County, where they learned the skills necessary to support the needs of their agencies our communities as they prepare for future challenges.
The goal of the Florida Leadership Academy is to prepare first-line supervisors in criminal justice organizations to exemplify the character and integrity expected of criminal justice professionals, and examines the various components necessary to be an effective leader.
The Florida Criminal Justice Executive Institute, established within the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and affiliated with the State University System, was established in 1990 by the Florida Legislature to address the need for an innovative and multifaceted approach to the education and training of criminal justice professionals.
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