Posted by Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub | Oct. 20, 2021
Huron Township public safety staff recently graduated from the Eastern Michigan University School of Police Staff and Command Executive Leadership program.
Sergeant Edward Hindley and Communications Administrator Jill Evans graduated from the program that consists of a 10-month training program which meets for one 40-hour week per month.
“Professional, service-oriented, and transparent policing within any public safety organization starts with those we entrust as leaders. Our goal is to provide our public safety command staff with consistent and professional training as it relates to their leadership in delivering quality service to our residents. The Eastern Michigan School of Staff and Command is one of the preeminent programs in the country that focuses on the executive level training and development,” said Everette Robbins, Huron Township director of public safety.
Graduates have stated publicly that the knowledge, skills and abilities learned assisted them in: problem analysis; management situations; project management; grant funding projects; managing fiscal budgets; managing personnel matters.
“I am very proud of this accomplishment, and I think it will benefit them as they continue to be important leaders and mentors within our organization. This is a very intense program and I thank their families for supporting them throughout this past 10 months,” Robbins said.
Other Huron Township public safety staff that have graduated from the EMU School of Staff and Command: Everette Robbins, Director of Public Safety; James Hinojosa, Huron Township Fire Chief; Captain Bradley Bauman, Huron Township Fire Department; Detective Lieutenant Leo Girard, Sergeant Robert Kelch, Lieutenant Bryan Tyitye.