Forty-One Arkansas Officers Complete The School Of Law Enforcement Supervision
Forty-one law enforcement professionals from across the State graduated from the 49th session of the Criminal Justice Institute’s School of Law Enforcement Supervision (SLES), a distinguished four-week program that focuses on leadership and advanced management education for Arkansas law enforcement supervisors. Graduation ceremonies were held at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock with Arkansas Drug Director Kirk Lane serving as the guest speaker.
SLES was held at the Institute one week per month from September to December and consisted of 140 hours of classroom instruction that covered major aspects of police supervision. Program topics included the study of organizational theory and design, administration, external and internal influences and controls, leadership, interpersonal and organizational communication, human resource management, legal issues, information systems, decision-making, evaluation, and organizational change. The course is designed specifically for first and second line supervisors to assist them in the development and reinforcement of techniques needed to apply sound management principles.
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