Henry County Police Chief Receives Award from FBI Academy
|Henry County Police Chief Keith Nichols (3rd from the right) is shown holding the "Member of the Year Award" he received from the Georgia Chapter of the FBI National Academy.|
The Henry County Police Department is proud to announce that Police Chief Keith Nichols has received the “Member of the Year” award from the Georgia Chapter of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Academy. Chief Nichols is attending the F.B.I. National Academy Associates Annual Training Conference hosted in Orlando Florida from July 27th – 30th, where he received his award from the Georgia Chapter. Each State has a Chapter and members nominate the recipient of the award. Chief Nichols is 1 of 900 Graduates from Georgia who have attended the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Outstanding Job Chief!
“ I consider it an awesome honor to have been nominated and selected as the Georgia chapter FBI NA member of the year," commented Chief Nichols. "I appreciate your loyalty and confidence that you have in me as the leader of our department. I appreciate the fact that you have accepted the challenge also in our quest to make HCPD one of the finest agencies in our state. I hope that we will always treasure what the NA experience meant to us and try and implement the principles of our organization here at HCPD. Thank you and be safe out there.”