Chief Hannah Training

CHIEF KEVIN HANNAH ATTENDS

GEORGIA ASSOCIATION OF CHIEF OF POLICE

2011 ANNUAL WINTER TRAINING CONFERENCE

 

As part of his continuing education and training in the administration of law enforcement, Chief Kevin Hannah, of the Franklin Police Department recently attended the 2011 Annual Winter Training conference sponsored by the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police. This year’s conference was attended by the heads of law enforcement agencies from throughout the state participating in the three-day conference. The Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police is responsible for the delivery of training to the chiefs of Georgia’s police departments and law enforcement agencies.

The Winter Training Conference was held at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta from January 24th through January 26, 2011. This year’s training covered a variety of topics such as: “A Review of the DC Sniper Case”, “National Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR’s)”, “Rapid-ID Project”, “Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Update”, “Battlefield to Badge: Transitioning Returning Veterans to Civilian Police Forces”, “Domestic Terrorism & Sovereign Citizens”, “Traffic Safety Management” and “Character & Cops – Ethics in Policing”.

Chief Hannah was among more than 290 heads of law enforcement agencies attending this Conference. Chief Woodrow W. Blue, Jr. of the Milledgeville Police Department and President of the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police encourages each member to “excel in your position through quality management training which enhances your knowledge and improves the level of professionalism within your agency.”