MAYNARD — Chief Michael Noble is proud to announce that Deputy Police Chief Christopher Troiano has graduated from the 284th session of the FBI National Academy, a law enforcement program internationally known for its academic excellence.
Deputy Chief Troiano graduated on Thursday, Dec. 8 from the prestigious program following 11 weeks of advanced communication, leadership, and fitness training at the FBI training facility in Quantico, Virginia.
Participation in the program is granted through nomination and invitation only. On average, selected officers have 21 years of law enforcement experience. Session 284 included 237 law enforcement professionals representing agencies from 25 countries, five military organizations, and five federal civilian organizations.
The training course serves to improve the administration of justice in police departments and agencies at home and abroad, and to raise law enforcement standards, knowledge and cooperation worldwide. Classes are offered in a diverse set of areas, and officers participate in a wide range of leadership and specialized trainings. Officers share ideas, techniques, and experiences with each other and create lifelong partnerships that transcend state and national borders.
“There is no better leadership training than that provided by the FBI National Academy,” Chief Noble said. “It is a distinct honor to be selected, and a notable achievement to graduate. Deputy Chief Troiano has returned with new and deep knowledge that will help the Department better serve our community.”
Deputy Chief Troiano is now one of 53,907 graduates who have completed the FBI National Academy since it began in 1935.