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Criminal justice leaders graduate from Executive Leadership Seminar

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Date: August 26, 2019

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Hernando County Sheriff’s Office Captain Kenneth Hayden graduated on Friday from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Executive Leadership Seminar.

The seminar’s 23 participants came from an of law enforcement backgrounds, including 15 different law enforcement agencies.

This seminar focused on a variety of different topics important to law enforcement leaders, such as succeeding through challenges, managing organizations, and becoming an effective leader.

The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office places a high priority on developing exceptional leadership within our agency by providing enhanced training opportunities.

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This unique learning experience hosted by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement provides law enforcement leaders with the skills to communicate in high-pressure situations, as well as how to manage an ever-changing workforce with skill and intention.

Hernando County Sheriff Al Nienhuis said, “Although Captain Hayden is a leader among leaders, it is important to constantly hone your skills as a commander. This is especially true when you are a commander in an agency responsible for the safety of over 190,000 residents. I am confident he will use what he learned to better serve the agency and the Hernando County community.”

Below is a list of graduates from Class 7 of the Executive Leadership Seminar:

Captain John Barrow
Miami-Dade Police Department

Associate Dean Wayne Boulier
Broward College Institute of Public Safety

Forensic Quality Manager Jason Bundy
Florida Department of Law Enforcement

Assistant Chief Lakesha Burton
Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office

Captain Misty Clendenney
Citrus County Sheriff’s Office

Major Tiffanie Cole
Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office

Deputy Chief Rickey Dumas
Orange County Corrections Department

Senior Executive Elise Gann
Clay County Sheriff’s Office

Captain Gregory Goreck
Polk County Sheriff’s Office

Captain Kenneth Hayden
Hernando County Sheriff’s Office

Major Ken LaPee
Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office

Assistant Special Agent in Charge Eli Lawson
Florida Department of Law Enforcement

Captain Shane Love
Seminole County Sheriff’s Office

Assistant Regional Director Michael Morgan
Florida Department of Corrections

Captain Amy Moyer
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office

Captain Mark Raiche
Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office

Assistant Chief Paul Restivo
Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office

Major Timothy Roufa
Florida Highway Patrol

Major Andrew Schneider
Crestview Police Department

Chief Deputy John Summers
Liberty County Sheriff’s Office

Chief of Forensic Services Donna Wallace
Florida Department of Law Enforcement

Chief of Investigations Thomas Waters
Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office

Chief of Investigative Services Michael Whitman
Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services


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