Voelkl Accepted into FBI Academy

By on October 23, 2018
Physical training at the FBI Academy.

Physical training at the FBI Academy.

Deputy Chief Voelkl accepted into FBI National Academy

Deputy Chief Casey Voelkl of the Greece Police Department has begun his journey with the FBI Quantico National Academy. After completion of his ten week training, Voelkl will be a representative for the top one percent in law enforcement worldwide, joining ranks with Greece Police Chief Patrick Phelan and Deputy Chief Jason Helfer who are also FBINA graduates.

The FBI National Academy is a professional and prestigious course of study for U.S. and International Law Enforcement managers, nominated by their agency heads because they demonstrated leadership qualities. After a nominee passes an extensive background and FBI screening and interviewing process, they then go on to a ten week training program. 

42966874_891031734428882_7615985594388185088_nThe academy provides coursework in intelligence theory, terrorism and terrorist mindsets, management science, law, behavioral science, law enforcement communication, and forensic science. Classes are designed to improve the administration of justice in police departments and agencies at home and abroad and to raise law enforcement standards, knowledge, and cooperation worldwide. According to Deputy Chief Helfer, a recent graduate of the FBI National Academy, the program is intensive with a focus on Physical Training and Academic components. Class selection of the officer can vary, but their class work is geared towards law enforcement leadership and excellence.  

Deputy Chief Voelkl will be returning the Greece Police Department after his graduation in mid-December.

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Deputy Chief Casey Voelkl

Deputy Chief Casey Voelkl