HomeCrimeHigh Springs Police Chief graduates from FBI National Command Course at Quantico
High Springs Police Chief graduates from FBI National Command Course at Quantico
July 17, 2023
Press release from High Springs Police Department
QUANTICO, Va. – High Springs Police Chief Antoine Sheppard received a certificate of completion from FBI Director Christopher Wray as a graduate of Session 5 of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National Command Course (NCC) at Quantico, Virginia.
Chief Sheppard accomplished this prestigious achievement on July 14, with Christopher Wray, Director of the FBI, present to award participants their certificates of completion.
Chief Sheppard was among 50 chief executives of domestic law enforcement agencies from around the country who participated.
The NCC, first developed in 2020, was specifically designed to address the need for strategic leadership training programs for policing executives within the FBI.
NCC, the newest addition to the FBI’s executive development repertoire, focuses on agency heads with fewer than 50 sworn law enforcement officers who have not previously attended the FBI National Academy.
This comprehensive program provides numerous benefits, including fostering improved relationships between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve, enhancing liaisons between departments for more effective policing, and ultimately advancing public safety nationwide.
The training covers a wide range of critical topics, such as strategic leadership, image management, officer wellness, and the prevention of targeted violence.
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