National Academy Graduates 50,000th Student
Capt. Amy C. Schreiner, of the University of Alabama at Birmingham Police Department, is the 50,000th graduate of the FBI National Academy, a 10-week professional course of study designed for law enforcement leaders in the U.S. and around the world.
Announcer: Please join me in congratulating the 50,000th graduate of the National Academy, Amy C. Schreiner.
Capt. Schreiner: This relationship that local law enforcement—local, state police—have with the FBI is of the utmost importance. We have to work together hand-in-hand all the time. And when we get the experience to come to the National Academy and build upon those relationships and the FBI can show us what resources they have and we can show them what resources we have, that makes us all better at doing our job and creating safer communities.
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