Worcester Police Captain Now FBI National Academy Graduate 1

Quantico- In Mid December one of Worcesters own became a graduate of the 274th session of the Federal Worcester Police LogoBureau Investigation’s National Academy. 

Worcester Police captain Micheal McKiernan now is among the excellence of the fifty-one thousand graduates from the program since 1935. McKiernan completed the eleven week program that consisted of advanced communication, leadership, and rigorous fitness training. McKiernan graduated with 249 other law enforcement officers.

The session included men and women from all fifty states ranging from all law enforcement backgrounds. Law enforcement agencies from the District Of Columbia, twenty-three international countries, five military organizations and seven federal civilian organizations were all part of the academy.

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  • Dan Stein

    General News/Breaking News/Sports WriterGraduate of Lyndon State Colleges Electronic Journalism Arts Program.He has worked in multiple media jobs for companies that include the Upper Valley Nighthawks Northeast Sports Network, NEWS7/NEWSLINC at Lyndon State College.He is also a Writer in NBC10 Boston’s Newsroom.