NEW HANOVER COUNTY — A New Hanover County sheriff’s office lieutenant was among a class of nearly 300 who graduated from prestigious training.
First Lt. L.E. Carroll was one of 288 law enforcement officers — from 45 states and D.C. — who graduated Thursday from the FBI National Academy class after 11 weeks of training in Quantico, Virginia. Carroll underwent academic lessons, physical training, and leadership seminars.
The class included members of law enforcement from 24 countries, four military organizations and six federal civilian organizations.
Internationally known for its academic excellence, the FBI National Academy offers advanced communication, leadership and fitness training for law enforcement professionals. Participants must have proven records as professionals within their agencies to attend; on average, most who take the 11-week course have 21 years of experience and return to their respective agencies to serve in executive-level positions.
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