Three Lubbock Police Command Staff Members Graduate from FBI National Academy
Three members of the Lubbock Police Department Command Staff have graduated from the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy.
Captain Greg Stevens, Lieutenant Rob Mayne, and Captain Neal Barron have completed the FBI National Academy over the past year.
The officers completed undergraduate and graduate college courses in law, behavioral science, forensic science, understanding terrorism/terrorist mindsets, leadership development, communication, and health and fitness for 10 classroom-hour weeks.
Stevens has been with the LPD for 20 years, and is currently assigned to the Special Operations Unit in the Investigations Division. Mayne has been with the LPD for 26 years, and has served in Patrol, Administration, Property Crimes Investigations, and the Special Operations Unit, and Barron has been with LPD for 17 years, and currently serves as the LPD SWAT Commander, as well as being on evening shift Patrol.
Other members of LPD command staff who have attended the National Academy include LPD Chief Roger Ellis, Assistant Chief James Shavers, Assistant Chief Jerry Brewer, and Lieutenant Chris Powe.