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Posted on: March 28, 2022

[ARCHIVED] YCSO Captain completes FBI-LEEDA Leadership Trilogy

Captain Carson Neely with a FBI LEEDA Trilogy Instructor holding a certificate.

YORK COUNTY, SC – York County Sheriff’s Office Captain Carson Neely completes the FBI-LEEDA (Law Enforcement Executive Development Association) Trilogy Program. To earn the Trilogy Award, individuals must successfully complete the Supervisor Leadership Institute, Command Leadership Institute, and Executive Leadership Institute.

The FBI-LEEDA Trilogy consists of three advanced leadership courses supervisor, command, and executive.  Each course is one week long in length totaling more than 100 hours of professional leadership development taught by senior law enforcement Chiefs and Sheriffs from around the United States. Topics covered include generational leadership, theories and change objectives, power and influence, transactional and transformational leadership, and the history and direction of law enforcement. When an officer completes all three classes, they receive a Trilogy Award

Captain Neely is the third in Sheriff Kevin Tolson’s command staff to complete the prestigious training. Major Fred Moore completed the trilogy in December of 2021. Captain Josh Solomon completed the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy in 2020. Lt. Heath Clevenger, Lt. Grady Gonzales, and Lt. Alex Wallace have also completed the Trilogy program. 

FBI-LEEDA works to promote training, education and networking among police professionals across the United States. For more information about the FBI-LEEDA programs please visit https://fbileeda.org/

Captain Carson Neely with a FBI LEEDA Trilogy Instructor holding a certificate.

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