Harwich Police host training by FBI

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HARWICH
– The Harwich Police Department hosted a week-long training class taught by instructors with the FBI Law Enforcement Development Association. Harwich, Truro, Barnstable, Wellfleet, Mashpee and departments from across Massachusetts sent members to attain this valuable training.

There are a total of three one-week courses that work to teach students the skills to become future leaders in their agencies.

At the completion of the three modules students are given a FBI LEEDA Trilogy award. Today, Harwich Police Lieutenants Kevin Considine and John Sullivan were awarded their Trilogy pins.

Chief Guillemette is a strong proponent of the training and was on hand today to recognize the Lieutenants’ achievements.

Harwich Police Sergeants Rick Campbell, Adam Hutton, Bob Brackett, Aram Goshgarian and Paul Boorack (pictured) completed the second module this week and will be completing the third module in June and receiving their Trilogy awards at that time.
Media release and photo furnished by Harwich Police 

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