Amy and I are excited to launch a very special 360 Program. This one, with 9 officers chosen by the Lexington Police Department, will commemorate our 25 years of service to the training and development needs of Lexington NC and beyond. As we searched for a unique way to give back to our local community – we found no group more deserving than our own LPD! Because of their prior experience with this transformational tool, LPD leadership wanted to find a way to make it available to their officers. We hope this program meets their needs, while allowing us to demonstrate our appreciation for them, in a tangible way.
Your support of our efforts will make for a great experience for this learning group. EDGE Training Systems has offered a discount on material cost, which will be gifted by Amy Leonard. With donations of food and meeting space from On-Time Catering and Lexington Visitor Center ~ together we will provide a memorable launch.
We will begin a professional development journey for these public servants which will inform, challenge and uplift them in the year ahead…
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