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Fayetteville police sergeants graduate from criminal justice institute’s school of law enforcement supervison
Fayetteville Police Chief Greg Tabor announced today the recent graduation of two Fayetteville Police Sergeants from the Criminal Justice Institute’s School of Law Enforcement Supervision.
Sergeant Chris Moad and Sergeant Paul Shepard graduated from the Criminal Justice Institute’s course on Friday, December 9, 2011. The four week program consists of law enforcement management courses in police operations and personnel. Research papers written by Sergeants Moad and Shepard, as a requirement of the program, were chosen by the Criminal Justice Institute to be published in their monthly newsletter distributed to law enforcement personnel throughout the state. In addition to this honor, Sergeant Moad was also recognized for outstanding academic achievement over the course of the program.
Sergeant Shepard is a 13 year veteran of the department assigned to the Patrol Division. Sergeant Chris Moad is an eight year veteran of the department assigned to the Patrol Division.
The Fayetteville Police Department wants to congratulate these officers on their accomplishment.