Murfreesboro Police Officer Graduates from the Southeastern Command and Leadership Academy

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Above: Sgt. Keith Sanders with the MPD
The Murfreesboro Police Department is pleased to announce the recent graduation of Sergeant Keith Sanders from the Southeastern Command and Leadership Academy (SECLA).
SECLA is a dynamic seven-week law enforcement leadership and management program designed for progressive and innovative police managers. SECLA prepares mid- and upper-level supervisory personnel for the increased responsibility of administrative command positions by providing them with the knowledge and skills necessary for successful leadership in their agencies and communities.
The SECLA curriculum was developed by a team of national experts in the field of policing and is delivered by these same experts to ensure integrity of delivery. All instructors are seasoned law enforcement professionals; have earned a PhD in Criminal Justice or a related field; teach at a major university; and have published related books or articles in peer-reviewed journals. The curriculum covers current issues and information police administrators rely upon to adequately respond to the diverse demands of an executive position.
The Murfreesboro Police Department congratulates Sergeant Sanders on this accomplishment and anticipates a variety of benefits to the Department and City.
Past graduates include Lieutenant Tom Sissom.
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