SERGEANT BOBBY PRICE GRADUATES COMMAND SCHOOL
(Citrus County, FL) On September 16, 2021, Citrus County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Bobby Price graduated from Saint Leo University’s Command Officer Management Program.
Law enforcement officers who aspire for a leadership position benefit greatly from training courses, such as Saint Leo University’s Command Officer Management Program. This program provides on-site education, specifically focusing on leadership, ethics, human resources, critical incident management, and other relevant administrative competencies.
Students who enroll in this program are required to attend six week-long courses and complete online work over three semesters. The courses offered in the Command Officer Management School range from leadership, administration, and management in criminal justice to ethics and legal concepts.
Sergeant Price began his career with the Citrus County Sheriff's Office on August 18, 2003, as a Deputy Sheriff. In 2015, he was promoted to the position of Field Training Officer, where he mentored new Deputy Sheriff recruits and guided them through the world of law enforcement. On June 29, 2019, FTO Price was promoted to the rank of Sergeant, where he served his community with his combined leadership and law enforcement skills.
“Sergeant Price’s graduation is an excellent professional achievement which will better prepare him in serving the citizens of Citrus County,” said Sheriff Prendergast. “The unwavering determination of Sergeant Price to expand his leadership abilities for the benefit of our operations is a testament to his commitment to our community.”
Congratulations, Sergeant Price! We are proud to have you serving our community with us, and thank you for your steadfast dedication to making Citrus County the safest community in Florida.
Posted on 16 Sep 2021