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Two Mt. Juliet police officers recently completed a three-part Federal Bureau of Investigation Law Enforcement Executive Development Association program, which led to Lt. Jason Brockman and Sgt. Tommy Shelton’s reception of Trilogy Leadership Institute awards.

FBI-LEEDA said its mission is “to advance the science and art of law enforcement leadership and promote the exchange of information to improve law enforcement management practices through training, education and networking among police professionals across the United States and beyond.”

“Lt. Brockman and Sgt. Shelton sought to carry out their goal of obtaining the Trilogy Leadership Award,” said Chief James Hambrick. “I’m proud of their effort and desire to further their knowledge to better serve our community.”

In June, August and October, the Murfreesboro Police Department played host to the FBI Leadership Institute, and Brockman and Shelton traveled to take part in the leadership academy. Those who successfully complete the supervisor, command and executive leadership institute programs receive the Trilogy Leadership Institute award.