Texarkana Police Captain completes elite FBI National Academy

We see on TV and in movies all about the FBI and how prestigious it is. Now, congratulations to one of our own as he graduated from the FBI National Academy. The Texarkana Arkansas Police Department announced on its Facebook page that Captain Bobby Jordan graduated from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.

The FBI National Academy is an 11-week course where law enforcement officers can improve their credentials and learn more about the law, behavioral sciences, forensic science, mindset terrorist, communication and more.

According to TAPD’s Facebook post, Captain Jordan began the entry process in 2017. He is just one of two people selected in the state of Arkansas.

The 280th FBI National Academy Graduation Session

Even more impressive, the post continues;

The 280th Graduate Session was made up of one hundred and twenty-eight law enforcement officers, men and women, from 41 states and the District of Columbia. The class also included law enforcement agencies from 3 countries, five military organizations and seven federal civilian organizations.

It is not easy to get into the program as participants typically have an average of at least 21 years of law enforcement and are also most likely to have reached a management level where they work. Needless to say, we are very proud and honored that Captain Jordan is serving here in the Texarkana area. Congratulations!

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