Williamson County Campus 4 Constable Paul Lil’s Office received the award from the FBI’s Executive Law Enforcement Agency, and became the first Constance Office nationwide to receive the award. (Community Impact Workers)
Williamson County Campus 4 Constable Paul Lil’s Office received the award from the FBI’s Executive Law Enforcement Agency, and became the first Constance Office nationwide to receive the award.
Lil and his deputies were recognized by the Wilson County Commissioners on September 28. At that meeting, FBI-LEEDA representative Frank Woodal told the Commissioners’ Pre-Campus 4 Construction Office that he was one of the few law enforcement agencies in Texas. FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Award. The award is given to law enforcement agencies who have completed courses at the FBI-LEEDA Supervisory Management Institute, the Command Promotion Institute, and the Executive Management Institute.
“They are the fifth [law enforcement office] In the state, however, they are the first Constantinople office to be recognized for this award. ”
In addition, according to the Wilson County backup documents, the Regional 4 Construction Office is the only nationwide construction office certified by the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Award.
“We are a small office and it is a great achievement to send half of your department at once for three weeks,” Lil said. “We see the benefits of leadership and finding good leaders.
FBI-LEEDA offers leadership training courses for law enforcement agencies in the United States. Among others, according to the FBI-LEEDA website.