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Law Enforcement Agency Leadership Program Graduates First Class

By Gustav Deutsch on Feb 7, 2014

The Law Enforcment Agency Leadership Program graduates listen to Chancellor Brahm

The Law Enforcement Agency Leadership program graduated its first class of students to successfully complete all three courses of the program. This program was developed in a partnership between Brandman's School of Extended Education and the Orange County Sheriff Department and consists of three 45 hour courses dedicated to personal leadership, team leadership, and organizational leadership. Each student was joined by several of their co-workers and family members that supported them through the program. Chancellor Brahm delivered a welcome and congratulatory speech, while Undersheriff Mark Billings noted the importance of this program to the development of leaders in the department.

 

 

The Law Enforcment Agency Leadership Program graduates stand together
The graduates stand together at the conclusion of the graduation ceremony at the Irvine campus.

 

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Author Gustav Deutsch of Brandman University

Gustav Deutsch

Hello there, I'm Gus! As part of the Brandman Blog team I write and produce content for the Blog. I love hearing about students and teachers that are making a difference in their community and beyond.