Ever wondered what it was like to direct a police department? For a Chief of Police, every day is as precarious as the next. Whether it’s overseeing officers, supervising investigations, maintaining internal operations, or making critical decisions for the entire department and community, the Police Chief often plays a role “larger-than-life”. But who exactly is the person behind the badge, and what is it like being the point of contact between the police department and local municipality?
Join American Military University (AMU) for a special webcast event next week:
In the Life of a Police Chief
A one-on-one with the man who oversees Shelton, Connecticut’s streets
Tuesday, November 9, 2010 – 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET
Join AMU for this live webcast that will bring you up close and personal with the Police Chief of Shelton, CT, who places himself and his officers on the line to serve and protect each day. Our guest speaker, Chief of Police Joel Hurliman of the Shelton Police Department, will answer questions such as:
- What has been the most groundbreaking case you have supervised?
- What is the most important skill you have learned as a Chief of Police?
- What do you feel is the greatest struggle for you and the officers in your department?
- What would you say has been a key turning point in your career so far?
- For police officers who wish to work their way up to Chief of Police, what advice would you offer them?
Register today to reserve your spot.