Police Sergeants Attend Premier
Supervisory Training Courses
November 04, 2005
Ketchikan, Alaska - Four sergeants
of the Ketchikan Police Department flew to Dallas, Texas, on
October 2nd to participate in an extensive four week course in
the School of Police Supervision at the Institute for Law Enforcement
Left to Right: Sergeant
John Alguire, Sergeant Joe White,
Sergeant Josh Dossett and Sergeant Howard Townsend.
Photographs courtesy Ketchikan City Police
The Institute in Plano, Texas, offers the course which is one
of the premier supervisory law enforcement training courses in
the United States. Topics included Change and Organization, Legal
Aspects of Supervision, Motivation, Legal Liability, Police Community
Relations and Creating a Strong Ethical Environment. Extensive
testing and a research paper were required in the course.
Because all four were sent
at one time, tuition was charged for only three by the Institute,
according to Public Safety Director Rich Leipfert. Training funds
approved by the City Council for 2005 paid the cost of attendance
at the school.
Graduating the course on October
28th were Sergeants Josh Dossett, Howard Townsend, John Alguire
and Joe White.
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