Police captain graduates leadership college


Captain Chad Lindsey


For News-Current

BEAVERCREEK — The Beavercreek Police Department announced Captain Chad Lindsey graduated from Police Executive Leadership College (PELC) Class 70 in Worthington on Nov. 18.

Captain Lindsey was among a class of 36 law enforcement professionals who join the ranks of over 2,000 graduates from the PELC program since its inception in 1987. PELC, administered through the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Foundation, is designed to provide law enforcement executives with vital advanced level leadership training to enable their organizations to meet current demands and the requirements of tomorrow. The Beavercreek Police Department has long been committed to an emphasis on and investment in advanced level professional training to address the needs of our agency and community.

Captain Lindsey has worked for the Beavercreek Police Department since 2002. He holds a bachelor of science in criminal justice studies from the University of Dayton. He has worked various functions within the police department to include time in the uniform patrol and investigations divisions and became a certified polygraph examiner in 2014. Prior to his current assignment as Investigations Division Commander he was a patrol supervisor.

Captain Chad Lindsey
http://beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_BNCCaptain-Lindsey-PELC-Graduation.jpgCaptain Chad Lindsey

Story courtesy of Beavercreek Police Department.

Story courtesy of Beavercreek Police Department.

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