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Danville Police Major Timothy W. Jones recently attended and graduated from the 277th Session of the FBI National Academy.
Jones completed the ten-week academy that was held at Quantico, Va. and hosted law enforcement leaders from 50 states and the District of Columbia. The class also included members of law enforcement agencies from 34 countries, five military organizations, and nine federal civilian organizations.
The National Academy is internationally known for its academic excellence and offers ten weeks of advanced leadership, communication, and fitness training. Participants who attend must have proven records as professionals within their agencies and the officers had, on average, 21 years of law enforcement experience.
Like most officers who will return to serve their agency in executive-level positions, Jones will resume his position as the Services Division Major. He is the 16th Danville Police officer to graduate from the National Academy since its inception in 1935.