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Sgt. Landon Rappold Completes School of Law Enforcement Supervision


Faulkner County Sheriff's Office is proud to announce that Sergeant Landon Rappold, who serves as the Training Commander for FCSO, is the first individual from Faulkner County Sheriff's Office to complete the School of Law Enforcement Supervision (SLES). SLES provides a foundation that law enforcement professionals need to build strong careers and advance as effective leaders, while providing endless opportunities for leaders to develop and cultivate excellent management skills. Exceptional speakers and those recognized as experts in their profession provide instruction and facilitate group activities, and specific program objectives are carefully selected and continually evaluated to ensure the program information is relevant. The requirements to successfully complete SLES include a written examination at the conclusion of each week, completion of all reading assignments, and the preparation of a research paper on a topic relevant to law enforcement supervision. We congratulate Sgt. Rappold on his successful completion of this incredible training opportunity. We are extremely blessed to have him as a member of our team.

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