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Fall River Police Department awarded FBI-LEEDA Agency Trilogy Award



Pictured with Chief Gauvin are some of the police supervisors who have completed the training (courtesy of Fall River Police Department)

Police Chief Paul Gauvin has announced that the Fall River Police Department has been awarded the FBI-LEEDA Agency Trilogy Award.

According to FRPD, this award is given by the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association once an agencies entire Command Staff have completed the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Leadership series (Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (FBI-LEEDA).

The series consists of three professional development leadership courses designed to provide the latest management training to police supervisors, commanders, and executives.

The Fall River Police Department’s entire command staff and additional supervisory personnel have completed their Trilogy, according to PD with the eventual goal of having all supervisors complete the training courses.

In a related story, this summer, Uniform Division Commander Captain David P. Murphy attended the Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Management Institute for Police. The intensive three-week program held at Boston University brings police leaders from across the globe to examine emerging trends in law enforcement management theory. Captain Murphy is the third member in the department’s history to receive the training.

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