GRAND ISLAND — More than 20 leaders from within the ranks of the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) have graduated from the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety School of Police Staff and Command. The program is designed for law enforcement leaders seeking to gain new leaderships skill for future leadership positions.
“Today is an important day for our agency and a major milestone in the career of these 22 graduates,” said Colonel John Bolduc, Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. “These leaders already play critical roles across the Nebraska State Patrol. Completing this program has equipped them to be leaders who will define NSP’s future.”
Twenty-two NSP leaders, including sergeants and lieutenants, graduated from the NUCPS Command School during a ceremony Thursday. The program includes ten weeks of instruction on a wide variety of topics focused on law enforcement leadership. NSP hosted the Command School program at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center in Grand Island.
The Northwestern Command School graduates from NSP include:
The 22 graduates from NSP join many past and present commanders within the State Patrol who have also attended Northwestern Command School. Commanders from five other agencies also graduated from the program.