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Humble ISD Police Officers Receive FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Award

Humble ISD Police Receive Award
FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge Michael Anderson (far right), awarded three Humble ISD police officers the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Award at the July 12, 2016 Board of Trustees meeting. Board President Keith Lepeze (far left) also presented the officers with certificates of commendation for their hard work and dedication to the safety of students, staff and community. Pictured from left are: Keith Lapeze, President, Humble ISD Board of Trustees; Chief Solomon Cook; Lieutenant James Hall; Lieutenant Bobby Brown; Superintendent of Schools Dr. Elizabeth Fagen; and FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge Michael Anderson.

Three Humble ISD Police Officers, Chief Solomon Cook, Lieutenant Bobby Brown and Lieutenant James Hall, were awarded the FBI- Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (LEEDA) Trilogy Award. Each of the officers has successfully completed the FBI-LEEDA’s Supervisor Leadership Institute, Command Leadership Institute and Executive Leadership Institute. These courses are attended by command and executive law enforcement leaders throughout the United States and foreign countries. There are more than 75,000 peace officers in the state of Texas – 273 hold the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Award. Only 1,057 officers in the U.S. have earned this merit.


This elite distinction is solid evidence Humble ISD is committed to safety. “Not only are we learning new procedures, but we are networking with other agencies to determine the most effective safety protocols,” said Chief Cook, a 40-year veteran of law enforcement.