Senior Management Training
The Murrieta Police Department consistently sends police managers to both the National Academy and the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) Senior Management Institute Program; both programs are recognized nationally.
FBI National Academy - Quantico, Virginia
Since 1935, over 50,000 law enforcement officials have graduated from the National Academy (NA). Internationally known for its academic excellence, the National Academy Program, held at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Academy in Virginia, offers 10 weeks of advanced communication, leadership and fitness. On average NA graduates have 21 years of law enforcement experience and usually return to their agencies to serve in executive level positions.
Police Executive Research Forum Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP) - Boston University
Since 1980, over 5,000 law enforcement executives have graduated from SMIP. The program provides senior police executives with intensive training in the latest management concepts and practices used in business and government. It also features discussions of the most challenging issues facing law enforcement executives today. A demanding three-week course, SMIP brings together faculty from top universities, successful law enforcement chief executives, and subject matter experts from the private sector. It is designed for mid- to upper-level police executives who ultimately will lead police agencies throughout the United States and other participating countries.
Murrieta Police Management Program Graduates
|Captain Mark Reid||Senior Management Institute Session 70 (June 2018)|
|Lieutenant Ron Driscoll||FBI National Academy Class 271 (March 2018)|
|Chief Tony Conrad||Senior Management Institute Session 68 (July 2017)|
|Captain Rob Firmes||Senior Management Institute Session 66 (June 2017)|
|Chief Sean Hadden||Senior Management Institute Session 53 (June 2013)|
|Captain Dennis Vrooman||FBI National Academy Class 242 (Sept 2010)|
Senior Management Institute Session 61 (July 2015)