Guthrie Police among Trilogy Award honorees

Pictured left to right is Lt. Mark Bruning, Lt. Dexter Pugh, Lt. Mike Loya, Lt. Jeremy Thorne, Lt. Steve Mize, FBI LEEDA Joe Wellington and Chief Don Sweger.

The Guthrie Police Department was recognized last month as an FBI-LEEDA Agency Trilogy Award recipient.

In a city council meeting held last month, Joe Wellington, regional representative for FBI-LEEDA (Law Enforcement Executive Development Association), presented the police department with the Agency Trilogy Award.

The agency developed its Agency Trilogy Award, given to law enforcement agencies whose command staff complete the necessary leadership training.

For an agency to achieve the high honor, all members of the organization’s command staff have to obtain their Trilogy Award. The supervisors have to go to the supervisory school, attend the command school and complete the executive school.

Chief of Police Don Sweger said the training will help the department to stay on the same page as a department.

The department is one of the first to achieve the honor in Oklahoma.

The supervisors from the department, who completed the trilogy, include Chief Don Sweger, Lt. Mike Loya, Lt. Jeremy Thorne, Lt. Steve Mize, Lt. Mark Bruning and Lt. Dexter Pugh.


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