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Two from sheriff's office finish leadership course
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Forsyth County News
Two Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office employees recently completed executive level training in Louisville, Ky.

According to a statement from the sheriff’s office, Lts. David Waters and Sam Boone graduated from the 12-week course on Nov. 4, receiving a certificate in police executive leadership development.

The program was taught at the Southern Police Institute, which is part of the University of Louisville.

Waters is commander of the sheriff’s Special Services Section. He has been employed with the agency since September 1994.

Boone began his work with the sheriff’s office in June 2002 and is commander of “B” watch in the uniform patrol division at the sheriff’s south precinct.

According to the statement, the “course curriculum is designed to develop informed, effective, ethically and technically competent law enforcement managers who are capable of assuming positions of leadership in their respective agencies.”

It goes on to say that several graduates of the institute are among law enforcement leaders at agencies throughout the United States and abroad.