UMMS police sergeants receive award for advanced training

UMass Medical School Communications

February 09, 2016

Members of the UMass Medical School Police Department supervisory staff recently received Trilogy Awards through the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (LEEDA). The awards were presented for their successful completion of three executive training sessions that took place over 12 days.

Sergeants Jack Lozada, Daryl Jones, Craig Drayton, Chris Alting and Nikkya Jackson completed the training, which included Supervisory, Command and Executive Leadership sessions. They also became members of LEEDA.

The UMass Police Department co-hosted the training at the Worcester campus with the Municipal Police Training Committee.

“I want to congratulate Sergeants Lozada, Jones, Drayton, Alting and Jackson for successfully completing the rigorous training and receiving the prestigious Trilogy Award, as well as becoming members of LEEDA,” said UMass Police Chief John Luippold.

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