NARRATIVE: Supervisors from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Lone Tree and Castle Rock Police Departments join the ranks of the prestigious graduates from the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety “School of Police Staff and Command” (SPSC)
Douglas County Law Enforcement agencies were represented by seven Command Officers who have graduated from the 325th session of the SPSC. The SPSC is regarded as among the finest law enforcement management training courses in the country. The SPSC is an intensive 10-week, 350-hour law enforcement management program. Graduation from the SPSC requires completion of all of the assignments, examinations and project papers for seven for-credit college management courses, which comprise this program. Graduates earn 18 college credits from Northwestern University.
Graduating from this session were 42 command personnel from 18 police agencies from around the State of Colorado and Utah. Completing the course from Douglas County Law Enforcement Agencies was:
Commander Jason Lyons – Castle Rock Police Department
Sergeant Robert Brink – Castle Rock Police Department
Sergeant Randall Speact – Castle Rock Police Department
Captain Jason Kennedy – Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Captain Darren Weekly – Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Commander Ron Pinson – Lone Tree Police Department
Sergeant Tim Beals – Lone Tree Police Department
These Law Enforcement Officers will be able to better lead their departments into the future and serve their citizens with distinction from the knowledge they have gained from SPSC.
From left to right:
Commander Jason Lyons (CRPD), Captain Jason Kennedy, Captain Darren Weekly, Sergeant Robert Brink (CRPD), Sergeant Randall Speact (CRPD), Commander Ron Pinson (LTPD), Sergeant Tim Beals (LTPD)