CCSO LEADERS GRADUATE FROM ST. LEO’S 23RD & 24TH COMMAND OFFICER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM @ 03 Jun 2022
(Citrus County, FL) Today, six Citrus County Sheriff’s Office professionals graduated from Saint Leo University’s Command Officer Management Program.
“Congratulations to our graduates for completing Saint Leo University’s Command Officer Management Program,” said Sheriff Prendergast. “It was an immense honor to witness my staff graduate from such an outstanding and rigorous professional development program. As I learned a long time ago, this career demands constant pursuit of excellence when it comes to education and training to stay ahead of the bad guys.”
Law enforcement officials from seven Florida counties, who make up the 23rd and 24th cohorts of Saint Leo University’s Command Officer Management Program, received their diplomas earlier today.
Of this group, CCSO’s very own graduates were:
• Community Relations Supervisor, Brittney Carman
• Financial Services Supervisor, Andrea Coral
• Major Crimes Sergeant, Christopher Holloway
• School Resource Sergeant, Jeff Hunter
• Patrol Sergeant, Allison McLaughlin-Perry
• Behavioral Health Unit Sergeant, Rachel Montgomery
Law enforcement personnel who aspire for a leadership position benefit greatly from this comprehensive, six-week-long program, which provides on-site education, specifically focusing on leadership, ethics, human resources, critical incident management, and other relevant administrative competencies.
Congratulations again to all of the graduates!