Cicero Police Superintendent Thomas P. Boyle Completes FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar (LEEDS)
Superintendent Thomas Boyle has successfully completed the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar (LEEDS), Session 81.
FBI LEEDS is an executive training program for Chiefs of Police from law enforcement agencies having between 50 and 500 personnel. Superintendent Boyle was invited to attend the training after a selection process conducted by the FBI, in conjunction with the FBI Chicago Field Office.
Superintendent Boyle was in a class of 50 chief executives from around the world. The LEEDS program included two separate week-long segments of instruction and professional networking.
This most recent training supplements Superintendent Boyle’s prior executive-level training at the FBI National Academy (Session 195), the Southern Police Institute (Command Officer’s Development Course), and Northwestern University (Executive Management Program).
The Cicero Police Department encourages and supports training and education for all members of the Department.
Congratulations Superintendent Boyle on this professional achievement.