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Sheriff's office employees recognized for leadership training

Former Beltrami County Sheriff Phil Hodapp awards communications officer Katherine Arguedas with a certificate of recognition for completing Phase 1 of the Institute for Credible Leadership Development. Submitted photo. 1 / 3
Beltrami County Sheriff Ernie Beitel presents deputy Brian Birt the certificate of recognition for completing Phase 1 of the Institute for Credible Leadership Development. Submitted photo. 2 / 3
Former Beltrami County Sheriff Phil Hodapp awards communication officer Ashlan Barthorpe with her Institute for Credible Leadership Development Graduation Certificate for completing all four phases. Submitted photo. 3 / 3

The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office, in partnership with the Minnesota Sheriff's Association, recognized three of its employees for recently completing leadership development courses through the Institute for Credible Leadership Development (ICLD), a division of the International Academy of Public Safety (IAPS), which is responsible for administering leadership development curriculum for law enforcement agencies worldwide.

Receiving certificates of recognition are Communications Officer's Ashlan Barthorpe and Katherine Arguedas, and Deputy Brian Birt.

According to a release, it is the institute's goal to equip all public safety leaders and future leaders with the knowledge and skills required to enhance operational efficiency and health, sustain public trust, reduce liabilities and retain the best talent.

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