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CROSSVILLE POLICE DETECTIVE JASON WILSON GRADUATES FROM TBI ACADEMY

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The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation held a graduation ceremony last Friday at the Tennessee Fire and Codes Academy where a Crossville police detective was presented with a certificate of graduation.

Jason Wilson attended the academy along with 17 other criminal investigators from multiple agencies across the state. This session of the TBI State Academy began September 28, 2020. Because of the challenges faced with COVID-19, this session required students to attend in-person classes three days per week, which were accompanied by two days of virtual training weekly.

The graduates received training in a number of disciplines including; Crime Scene Management, Photography and Supervisory Skills. The TBI offers the State Academy to a select group of investigators annually, who must be recommended by their respective Chief or Sheriff for consideration.

The Crossville Police Department is proud Detective Jason Wilson was chosen to participate in this year’s training and that he represented the City of Crossville and our community. His dedication is a shining example of what it means to be a professional law enforcement officer.

(Pictured L-R: Det. Jason Wilson, Dep. Chief Chris Kendrick)


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