WCU POLICE OFFICIAL ATTENDS
CAROLINA COMMAND COLLEGE

CULLOWHEE - Capt. Deloise Anderson, assistant chief of the Western Carolina University Police Department, recently attended the Carolina Command College, held in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

The Carolina Command College targets law enforcement executives and second-in-command officers from law enforcement agencies with up to 50 sworn personnel. Participants are selected from South Carolina and North Carolina by a committee of representatives from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The weeklong course offers training in investigation of computer-related crimes, effective media relations for the law enforcement executive, ethics, the executive role in leadership and legal issues.

The Carolina Command College was established to provide law enforcement executives and top management personnel with information pertaining to recent developments and emerging issues in areas that influence law enforcement policies and practices.

The training is modeled after the FBI law enforcement executive development seminars held at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Va.


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