Morris County Sheriff James M. Gannon has completed the 115th Session of the National Sheriffs’ Institute, a program designed to train America’s Sheriffs on the opportunities facing law enforcement today.
This five-day course is co-sponsored and funded by the National Institute of Corrections and the National Sheriffs’ Association. Gannon and 28 other sheriffs attended the session in Aurora, Colorado September 24-28.
“I’m very honored to have been a part of this national program made possible by the NIC and the NSA. The relationships established with my colleagues will benefit every level of the Morris County Sheriff’s Office as we’ll stay connected and continue to share information about law enforcement trends being seen across America. It is humbling to join the nearly 3,000 alumni of the NSI since 1973”, said Gannon.
The course focused on teaching Sheriffs how to provide Effective Leadership for the public good in Public Safety, Community Relations, Criminal Justice System policy, and Organization Effectiveness and Efficiency.