Mark Mitchell, assistant chief of the Canton Police Department, recently attended a mandatory training for chiefs of police and law enforcements.
Mitchell attended the Chief Executive Training Class at the Dr. Curtis E. McClung Training Center in Duluth.
The session was held between March 24 and April 2. Administered by the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police, the 60-hour course is required for all newly appointed heads of law enforcement agencies.
The assistant chief was among 50 law enforcement personnel who attended the course. The association provides the executive training for newly appointed heads of law enforcement agencies and command staff personnel twice a year, along with several other training programs throughout the state.