Haleyville police chief receives certificate and recognition at Alabama Chiefs of Police Conference

Haleyville Police Chief Rodney Lewis

HALEYVILLE - Haleyville Police Chief Rodney Lewis has completed 80 hours of the Certified Law Enforcement Executive Program at Jacksonville State University.
The program, consisting of specialized, executive-level training, is jointly administered by the University Partnership for Alabama Continuing Education and the Alabama Association of Chiefs of Police.
“This is a mark of success for Chief Lewis, as well as for the City of Haleyville, for its support of the advancement of law enforcement management principles,”  Kaleb Littlejohn, director of the Center for Best Practices in Law Enforcement at JSU, said.
Lewis received this certificate and recognition at the annual Alabama Association of Chiefs of Police conference held February 16, in Montgomery.
Examples of courses included in the program are Managing for Effectiveness, Dealing Effectively with the External Environment, Effective Management and Supervisory Techniques for the Police Executive, Strategic Planning for Your Department and Generational Differences and Assessments.
The UPACE Partnership is made up of Jacksonville State University, University of North Alabama and Troy University-Dothan.  Its purpose is to make continuing education programs available for agencies and associations across the state.

See complete story in the Northwest Alabamian.
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