Sheriff Chambers becomes first sheriff of Sumner County to be selected by FBI and graduate from National Command Course

Greg Williams
Wellington Daily News
Sumner County Sheriff, Darren M. Chambers graduates from the 
first session of the National Command Course (NCC) held in Stafford, Virginia

STAFFORD, Virginia - Sheriff Darren M. Chambers of the Sumner County Sheriff's Office graduated from the first session of the National Command Course (NCC).

The NCC is a national executive development/command course designed for chiefs and sheriffs held in Stafford, Virginia, from May 17th-21st. This no-cost course is sponsored by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

"It is an honor to have Sherif Chambers join the FBI or the first inaugural session of the National Command Course," said FBI Special Agent and NCC Program Manager Jim Moore. "All the sheriffs and chiefs are leaders with a vision for their agencies.

Sheriff Chambers becomes the first sheriff of Sumner County and the only law enforcement executive in the state of Kansas to be selected by the FBI to attend and graduate from the NCC.

Sheriff Chambers joined 50 other sheriffs and chiefs from across the country for training on contemporary challenges facing America's Law Enforcement today.

The sheriffs and chiefs explored their role in providing effective leadership for the public good. These areas include public safety, U.S. criminal justice system, strategic leadership, community relations, legal matters, and organized effectiveness and efficiency.