Lt. Bartling honored at Command graduation
The Nebraska State Patrol is proud to announce the recent graduation of Investigative Services Lieutenant Monica Bartling, Troop E- Scottsbluff, from the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC).
Lieutenant Bartling, a 25-year veteran of the agency, was among 21 men and women attending the 349th class of the SPSC held at the Adams County Sheriff's Department in Brighton, Colorado.
During graduation ceremonies on January 17, 2014, Lt. Bartling was awarded the Franklin M. Kreml Leadership Award. The Kreml Award is presented to the student who best displays the dedication, devotion, ethics, sense of justice and other attributes that exemplify the kind of leadership needed in today's law enforcement community.
Launched in Evansville, Indiana, in 1983, the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command (SPCS), is an intensive 10-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by combining academic principles with practical applications. Among the areas of study included are Budgeting, Contemporary Policing, Decision Making and Problem Solving, Employee Relations, Planning and Policies, Project Management and Media Relations.
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