OPSO Supervisors Graduate National Command and Staff College Session

Sheriff Jay Russell presents Lieutenant Miranda Rogers and Lieutenant Stan Felts their graduation certificates upon their completion of the National Command and Staff College Session 012, hosted by the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office.

The N.C.S.C. consists of an extensive 8-week-long online Leadership Education Program totaling 240 hours of training. The program is concluded with an additional two-week, 80-hour residency hosted by St. Charles Sheriff’s Office. The two-week residency is finalized with a Capstone Project research paper and presentation by each attendee. This year, Lt. Rogers and her research group won the top award in the Capstone Project research category.

“We are pleased to have two of our supervisors graduate the N.C.S.C. Program” said Sheriff Jay Russell.  “This intensive graduate level college program helps prepare them as possible future command level leaders for the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office.”