The Department of Criminal Justice Training, at Eastern Kentucky University, also developed a supervision course for law enforcements' first line supervisors, the Sergeants. The Academy of Police Supervision is an intensive three (3) week course. APS is designed to be the first course in supervision for personnel who have been recently promoted or who are currently on the agency's promotion list. The students will be expected to participate in reading assignments, writing assignments, and practical exercises. Lieutenant George Schreiner graduated in August 2003; Sergeant Kevin Mathews graduated in 2007; and Sergeant Gary Frodge graduated in 2010.
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