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NCSO to host second annual Local Law Enforcement Leadership Conference

COVINGTON, Ga. - The Newton County Sheriff's Office will host the second annual Local Law Enforcement Leadership Conference at the Newton College and Career Academy, located at 144 Ram Drive in Covington, Tuesday, Sept. 17 through Thursday, Sept. 19.

The 2.5-day, 20-hour Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training, or GA POST-approved class will feature "Intentional Leadership: Leading with a Purpose" by Dean Crisp. 

Crisp, former police chief and author of Leadership Lessons from the Thin Blue Line, has 40 years of law enforcement experience. He used his knowledge to train law enforcement leaders - federal, state, county and municipal - throughout the nation and in foreign countries.

The leadership conference will help law enforcement leaders understand leadership purpose, learn the four critical components of a leader, understand importance of mentoring and much more.

"We would be delighted to have you and your command staff join us, as Dean Crisp provides us with the latest and most informative leadership strategies available," according to the NCSO  Friday, Sept. 6 news release.

The leadership conference begins daily at 8:30 a.m.

The attendance cost is $495 per student. To register with a credit card, visit, or to request an invoice, email Kelle Corvin at

PDF: Second Annual Local Law Enforcement Leadership Conference Flyer