For Immediate Release:
Thursday, June 23, 2022
William Stander, (850) 212-3250, firstname.lastname@example.org
Florida Police Chiefs Association Congratulates 2022 Future Chiefs Seminar Graduates
Tallahassee, Fla. – The Florida Police Chiefs Association (FPCA) recently welcomed 18 graduates of their 2022 Future Chiefs Seminar, held at the FPCA headquarters in Tallahassee.
“One of the FPCA’s most important roles is to help prepare individuals for a chief executive position in law enforcement. On behalf of the Florida Police Chiefs Association, we congratulate each of these command staff leaders who completed the FPCA’s Future Chiefs Seminar,” said FPCA president and Daytona Beach Shores Public Safety Department Director Stephan Dembinsky.
FPCA’s Future Chiefs Seminar focuses specifically on preparing command staff leaders for a chief executive position in law enforcement. Seminar topics included the executive application and selection process, managing generational differences in the workforce, crisis management, best leadership practices, effective budgeting, ethics, and the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission disciplinary process.
“The Florida Police Chiefs Association is committed to developing the next generation of Florida’s law enforcement leaders with well-rounded, quality training,” said Coconut Creek Police Department Chief Butch Arenal, chairman of the FPCA’s Professional Standards Committee. “We wish these command staff leaders well and one day hope to see them attend our New Chiefs Seminar.”