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Posted on: December 13, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Springfield Police Chief Receives State’s Highest Leadership Certification

Chief Jason Head

Springfield Police Chief Receives State’s Highest Leadership Certification 

The City of Springfield is pleased to announce that City of Springfield Police Chief Jason Head received Level 4, the highest level, of the Leadership Certificate Program by the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police (TACP). The recognition came during the Tennessee Association of Police (TACP) meeting held on December 3, 2021, in Franklin, Tennessee.

To achieve Level 4 of the TACP Leadership Certificate Program, officers must meet multiple requirements to be considered for the award. The requirements include a minimum of seven years of law enforcement experience, two continuous years as Chief or Assistant Chief, and a graduate of an approved executive-level leadership program for law enforcement.

Chief Head has been an active member of the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police for over three years. He has been employed with the City of Springfield Police Department for 15 years and has served as Chief of Police for three years. 

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