The SLPD receives the prestigious FBI LEEDA Trilogy Agency Award

On February 2, 2021 the San Luis Police Department Chief of Police Richard Jessup, and his entire command staff, Lt. Marco Santana, Lt. Miguel Alvarez, and Lt. Nigel Reynoso, received a rare and prestigious FBI – Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (LEEDA) Trilogy Agency Award. The award was presented to Chief Jessup and the command staff by Retired Commander Ron Bayne, who is teaching an FBI LEEDA Supervisor Leadership school in San Luis, Arizona this week. The award is given to agencies in which all of the top Command Staff have successfully passed the three core leadership education programs that provide the latest intensive instruction in management concepts and practices faced by today’s law enforcement professionals. The San Luis Police Department became only the 7th agency in the United States to achieve this award. Chief Jessup added, “From the time that I was blessed to be the Chief at the Police Department almost four years ago, my priority has been to build successful teams through professional development. The San Luis Mayor, Council Members, and City Manager, as well as the community have been more than gracious with their tremendous support of the department’s goals in leadership development. I am more than honored to be the Chief, and for the accomplishments of the Command staff and other staff members who are taking these leadership trainings and for us to receive this exclusive award.”  

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