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Police from around the U.S. at APSU this week for domestic violence course

This week, police officers from all over the U.S. are at APSU, which is hosting a weeklong course on domestic violence through the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC).

Capt. Charlie Struckel, assistant chief of police at APSU, said the course will qualify attending officers as instructors on the subject and certify them as domestic violence subject matter experts. Struckel graduated from the course in 2007.
This week, police officers from all over the U.S. are at APSU, which is hosting a weeklong course on domestic violence through the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC).

Capt. Charlie Struckel, assistant chief of police at APSU, said the course will qualify attending officers as instructors on the subject and certify them as domestic violence subject matter experts. Struckel graduated from the course in 2007.

The course at APSU is being made possible through a federal homeland security grant. Struckel said he hopes to bring other national law enforcement courses to APSU.

“I plan on hosting more FLETC courses at Austin Peay in the future with topics ranging form gang awareness to domestic terrorism,” he said.
For more information, call Struckel at (931) 221-7715 or e-mail to struckelc@apsu.edu. -- Melony A. Jones