Titusville Police Lieutenant Jeffrey King graduated from the prestigious FBI
National Academy in Quantico, Virginia on December 16th 2016. FBI Director James Comey presided over the graduation ceremony and awarded Lieutenant King his diploma at the FBI Academy, which is located just outside of Washington D.C.
King completed graduate-level courses in the areas of advanced communication and leadership, as well as fitness training. Training for the program was provided by FBI Academy Instructional Staff, Special Agents, and other staff members holding advanced degrees, many of whom are recognized internationally in their fields of expertise. All courses at the FBI Academy are accredited through the University of Virginia.
Internationally known for its academic excellence and advanced training, The National Academy, which was established in 1935, is considered to be the premier training for law enforcement professionals. Less than one percent of all law enforcement officers Nationwide are selected to attend this program. The cost of the training is paid for by the U.S. Department of Justice.
The 266th Session of National Academy Program consisted of men and women from 48 different states, 20 international countries, 5 military organizations, and 8 federal civilian organizations. Attendees live in dorms on the academy grounds during the eleven-week program. Students undergo significant physical training along with the academic schedule, culminating in a 6.2 mile obstacle course known as the “Yellow Brick Road” located on the U.S. Marine Base.
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