Utah DPS Commissioner Graduates from FBI National Academy
Utah Department of Public Safety Commissioner Jess L. Anderson has successfully completed the 276th Session of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. The ten-week National Academy consists of top law enforcement executives from around the world who have the opportunity to discuss the latest trends, policies, professionalism and leadership tactics that are affecting today’s law enforcement profession.
“Coming together to learn shoulder to shoulder with the brightest of minds within the FBI and other law enforcement executives has been a remarkable experience.”Commissioner Anderson
The prestigious FBI National Academy has been in existence since 1935 providing professionals the rare opportunity to attend the National Academy. Based on its core values of Integrity, Courage, and Knowledge, the FBI National Academy looks to provide opportunities through academics and career networking for senior executives to build on policing principles.
“I consider it a great honor to represent the State of Utah at the National Academy and a once in a lifetime opportunity. By every account, coming together to learn shoulder to shoulder with the brightest of minds within the FBI and other law enforcement executives has been a remarkable experience,” Commissioner Anderson stated. “I welcome the ability to apply these learned skills and developed relationships to ensure we continue to work toward our department vision, ‘Keeping Utah Safe.’”
Congratulations to Commissioner Anderson and the FBINA Class #276!
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