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Caroline officer graduates from FBI Academy

Lt. Angel Lambert was  among 246 law enforcement  officers who graduated from  the FBI National Academy in

Lambert

Quantico earlier this  month.

Lambert is the first Caroline County Sheriff’s Office  representative to ever attend  the academy, which is internationally known for its  academic excellence.

Lambert, who has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Virginia Commonwealth University,  completed six college-level  courses over 10 weeks, as  well as an advanced physical  training program that prepared her for the completion  of the U.S. Marine Corp 6.1  mile obstacle course affectionately known as “The  Yellow Brick Road”.

FBI Director Robert  Mueller was the principle  speaker at the June 10 graduation and greeted each graduate as they were presented  their diploma.

The 245th Session of the  National Academy consisted  of men and women from 48  states. Included in the class  were members of law enforcement agencies from the  District of Columbia, 22  international countries,  three military organizations,  and two federal civilian organizations.

Training for the program is  provided by FBI Academy  instructional staff, special  agents, and other staff members holding advanced degrees, many of whom are  recognized internationally in  their fields of expertise.

“The friendships, net working, knowledge, and camaraderie that I experienced  during the National Academy will last  not only for a  career, but a lifetime.   I am  humbled to have been offered this incredible opportunity and look forward to  implementing what I have  learned,”  said Lambert.

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