Mississippi has named a brand new chief for its regulation enforcement officer coaching academy.
Mississippi Public Security Commissioner Sean Tindell on Friday introduced the appointment of Anthony Carleton to director of the Mississippi Regulation Enforcement Officer Coaching Academy in Pearl.
“I wish to congratulate Tony Carleton on his appointment,” mentioned Gov. Tate Reeves in a information launch. “His in depth regulation enforcement expertise will play an extremely precious position in serving to to information the way forward for MLEOTA, a critically necessary establishment that trains our state’s heroic regulation enforcement officers.”
MISSISSIPPI SELECTS NEW SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION
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Carleton has greater than 20 years of expertise in regulation enforcement from numerous branches. Beforehand, Carleton served as a coaching officer with the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Division in Oxford, and as Police Chief of the Tupelo and Columbus police departments.
Carleton mentioned he seems to be ahead to the brand new submit and the longer term improvement of regulation enforcement recruits within the state.