Public Safety Commander Morché graduates from Staff and Command Program
The Farmington Public Safety Department is proud to announce the graduation of Commander Andrew Morché from the Eastern Michigan University School of Police Staff and Command Executive Leadership Program on Friday, October 11th.
Commander Morché, a 14 year veteran with the public safety department, served in the Patrol Division and the Special Operation Unit before being promoted to sergeant in 2014 and commander in 2016. He is currently assigned as a Patrol Division commander. He holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Ferris State University, a Master’s Degree in management and leadership from Webster University and he is a graduate of the Schoolcraft College Police Academy. Commander Morché has received numerous awards and citations including Officer of the Year in 2013.
The Eastern Michigan University Staff and Command school is an intensive program consisting of 350 hours of classroom instruction over 10 months geared toward police management. EMU’s School of Staff and Command has a reputation for excellence and is supported by quality instructors and law enforcement management professionals.
“The public safety department is committed to training its personnel to prepare them for leadership positions within the department” said Public Safety Director Frank Demers. “I’m proud of all the hard work and dedication that Commander Morché gave to successfully complete this very challenging executive management program. This training will only serve to strengthen his already outstanding leadership abilities.”
“This marks a significant achievement for the public safety department as all executive-level personnel are graduates of an advanced leadership and police management program,” added Director Demers.
All Latest News ...