The Darien Police Department has announced that Lt. Jeremiah P. Marron Jr.  recently took part in a cutting-edge training for police management as part of the Darien Police Department’s commitment to its motto; “Pride in Excellence.”

The Justice System Training and Research Institute at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island, in partnership with the New England Association of Chiefs of Police, recently recognized Marron of the Darien Police Department for the successful completion of the “command training series: mid-management course,” a one-week comprehensive training program for upper-level personnel.

Coursework addressed contemporary concepts of management and leadership relevant to the responsibilities of first line supervisors in a modern police agency. The program, presented by experienced academics and law enforcement practitioners between March 19 and March 23, discussed topics including operational leadership and management principles, problem-solving, organizational and interpersonal communications, labor relations, disciplinary issues, and ethical decision-making.

Graduates of the session represented police departments from throughout New England and included Lieutenant Marron.

"The Darien Police strongly believe that the continual education of its personnel allows the department to continue its history of providing high-level police services to the community," the release from the police department said. 

"Lieutenant Marron’s advanced training will pay dividends not only to the department itself, but the people we serve," it said.