Lower Pottsgrove Police Personnel Earn New Awards

LOWER POTTSGROVE PA – Township police officers Matt Musselman and Chris DiPiano recently successfully completed FBI-LEEDA Supervisor Leadership, Command Leadership, and Executive Leadership institutes’ training courses, and both have earned the organization’s coveted Trilogy Award, the police department announced.

Additionally, department detective Dan Kienle separately finished the FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute training, it reported.

The Malvern PA-based FBI-Law Enforcement Executive Development Association works “to advance the science and art of law enforcement leadership, and promote the exchange of information to improve law enforcement management practices.”

Training classes were held April 12-16 at Sunnybrook Ballroom in Sanatoga. The three were accompanied by more than 30 other law enforcement representatives from various agencies, all in attendance for one or more institute sessions.

Acting Police Chief and Lt. William James, himself a Trilogy Award recipient, publicly congratulated Musselman, DiPiano, and Kienle for their work and dedication. He also thanked Sunnybrook for its efforts to accommodate the classes and make participants feel comfortable.

Badge photo supplied by Lower Pottsgrove Police and edited by The Post