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Chief, Detective Finish FBI Executive Training

A portion of this year’s 60 law enforcement executive training graduates, including Lower Pottsgrove Chief Michael Foltz and Det. Sgt. Joseph Campbell

PRINCETON NJ – Lower Pottsgrove Police Chief Michael Foltz, and department Det. Sgt. Joseph Campbell, have graduated from the Mid-Atlantic Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar, an annual conference that provides leadership training for police chiefs and law enforcement executives, during its 25th session at Princeton University.

Foltz and Campbell were among 60 men and women (at top) attending the seminar from law enforcement agencies in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. They graduated June 16 (2017; Friday).

The seminar, described as “one of the premier selective law enforcement leadership training programs in the nation,” is one of 26 similar FBI regional command colleges that offer “insight into some of the many challenges facing today’s police executives,” it said. “Participation is by invitation only, and is awarded through an exceptionally competitive application process.”

It also encourages networking outside the classroom to foster interaction between agencies and their personnel.

Photo from the Mid-Atlantic Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar

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