UNT Dallas recently hosted graduation ceremonies for the Caruth Police Institute’s (CPI) Sergeant’s Supervisory Series and the Civilian Supervisory Class. Twenty-eight sergeants and 18 civilians graduated from the programs in December.

This 15-day supervisory series assists new sergeants in navigating the critical shift between officer and sergeant.  Course content will includes material in the core content areas of decision-making, communication, management, and leadership.  Programs can be hosted in a 3 week (15 consecutive days), 5 week (three days/week), 6 week (one week on/one week off), or 15-week (one day/week) session. 

This 10-day civilian supervisory class is specifically geared toward non-sworn or civilian supervisors who work in a law enforcement or criminal justice environment.  Course content includes material in the core content areas of decision-making, communication, management, and leadership.  Issues relevant to civilians working with law enforcement/criminal justice personnel as well as management and leadership will be discussed.  Programs can be hosted in a 2 week (10 consecutive days), 4 week (one week on, one week off), or 5 week (two days/week) session.

For more information on CPI, visit www.untdallas.edu/cpi

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ON THE MOVE, December 2016