Huron Public Safety employees graduate from EMU School of Police/Fire Staff and Command

From left: Sgt. Thomas Smith, Director Everette Robbins, and Deputy Police Chief Mark Perkins.

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub
ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com

Posted Oct. 27, 2022

Three members of the Huron Township Department of Public Safety graduated recently from the Eastern Michigan University School of Police and Fire Staff and Command.

Included in the graduation was Deputy Fire Chief Bill Metzger, Deputy Police Chief Mark Neumann, and Sgt. Thomas Smith.

The program consists of a 10-month training program which convenes for one 40-hour week per month.

Eastern Michigan University’s School of Police and Fire Staff and Command has a reputation for excellence and is supported by quality instructors and law enforcement professionals who make up the foundation of this unique educational/training program.

This excellence is supported through comments from graduates who 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

“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, director of public safety. “Professional Policing within any public safety organization starts at the top with those in positions of leadership. If we hold ourselves accountable as leaders and train accordingly, it truly funnels down to the great men and women we have that serve our community.”

Over a dozen members from Huron Public Safety have graduated from the specialized school.

Deputy Fire Chief Bill Metzger receives his diploma.

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