FBI Citizens’ Academy Graduation Ceremony
On April 28, 2016, the Federal Bureau of Investigation Little Rock Field Office (LRFO) hosted the FBI Citizens’ Academy Graduation Ceremony for the spring 2016 class. The featured speaker was William P. Woods, special agent in charge at the St. Louis FBI Division. The graduating class consisted of the following individuals:
The Citizens’ Academy is an eight-week (seven sessions and graduation) program that gives business, religious, civic, and community leaders an inside look at the FBI. The goals and objectives of the LRFO Citizens’ Academy are three-fold: 1) to increase public awareness about the FBI, its mission and activities, and its people; 2) to provide an avenue for the FBI to hear and respond to community issues and concerns; and 3) to strengthen relationships and improve understanding between the FBI and the communities it serves.
For more information about the FBI Citizens’ Academy, please contact Maria Hoskins, community outreach sSpecialist, by calling 501-221-9100 or visiting www.fbi.gov/littlerock for additional information.