Sergeant Beau Egger Completes Leadership Course with Stellar Performance
Written by andrew-rossi on October 31, 2019
A local police officer has graduated from a prestigious course with stellar performance.
Sergeant Beau Egger of the Cody Police Department graduated from the National Command Colleges – Command Staff and Leadership Course. The course is designed to grow leadership skills and add more knowledge to the field of law enforcement through the completion of a thorough foresight-based research project. This is accomplished through 250 hours of online courses and an 80-hour residency at the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office in Ft. Collins, Colorado.
Sergeant Egger graduated with perfection attendance, perfect attendance, and a 98% grade point average. His research team was recognized for academic achievement with the research project.
Chief of Police Chuck Baker commends Sergeant Egger for his stellar work, saying that all the managers and supervisors of the Cody Police Department are tasked with being academic students of leadership – one of the keys to the future and quality of Cody’s police.