Coral Springs Deputy Chief Graduates from FBI National Academy
The City of Coral Springs is proud to announce that Deputy Chief Bradley M. McKeone was one of 256 law enforcement leaders to graduate from the prestigious FBI National Academy (FBINA) Program held at Quantico, Virginia on June 7, 2019. The program is for executive-level law enforcement personnel from the U.S. and other nations, who look to raise law enforcement standards and enhance their credentials in the field. As a graduate of the 276th Session of the National Academy, Deputy Chief McKeone received 10-weeks of advanced leadership, communication and fitness training from criminal justice and military professionals.
Chief Clyde Parry, who nominated McKeone to attend the academy, says, “The landscape of the law enforcement profession is continually evolving, this requires innovative and forward-thinking leadership. Throughout his career, Deputy Chief McKeone has proven to be that type of leader, and this advanced training will serve him and the residents of Coral Springs well, now and in the future.”
A 19-year veteran of the Coral Springs Police Department, Deputy Chief McKeone has served as the Special Weapons and Tactics Team commander, the agency’s spokesperson and currently oversees the patrol, special operations and criminal investigative divisions for the department. Upon completion of the academy, McKeone said, “The opportunity to attend the FBINA is one of the highlights of my career. I look forward to implementing the training I received to better serve not only our City and its residents, but the future leaders within the law enforcement profession.”
Since its inception, at total of 52,026 law enforcement professionals have graduated from the program. Those selected for this prestigious program represent less than 1% of the law enforcement profession.
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