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On May 10, Deputy Police Chief Tony Rossetti joined both Chief Ed Clark and Deputy Chief Brad Hertzmann as a graduate of Northwestern's Staff and Command Training. While Both Chief Clark and Deputy Chief Hertzmann previously completed this course, it was Deputy Chief Rossetti's day to graduate in Class #452.
Police Staff and Command students participate in an intensive 10-week training regimen that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications.
"I am proud that our Police Chief Ed Clark and Deputy Police Chiefs Hertzmann and Rosetti have all successfully ascertained certification and graduated from this most prestigious school and training class,' said Mayor Soliman.
Police Chief Clark also commented, "Northwestern School of Police Staff and Command is one of the premier police management educational courses in the country. Deputy Chief Rossetti should be congratulated." He added, "The Crest Hill Police Department believes in professional development and now every member of the administrative team has completed this prestigious program."
(In the picture below, Deputy Chief Rossetti is the second from the left.)