Flagler County Undersheriff Graduates From 3-Month FDLE Chief Executive Seminar

By on December 7, 2017 in WNDB News

Flagler County, FL – The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) has announced that its Undersheriff has graduated from the 51st Chief Executive Seminar, hosted by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).

Undersheriff Jack Bisland is second-in-command at the FCSO. He was one of the few agency executives invited that serves in the absence of a chief executive.

Bisland attended 3 separate week-long sessions over a period of 3 months in Tallahassee. The program focused on the roles of law enforcement leaders.

“Undersheriff Bisland is already a great leader and this training program will only make his leadership skills stronger and more effective,” said Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly. “We’re excited to implement the new tools that Jack has learned to help further the leadership within the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office.”

Bisland has been working in law enforcement since 1978. He has served with the City of Longwood Police Department, the U.S. Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration, and the FDLE. After retirement, Bisland worked as a national security provider vice president and served the State Attorney’s Office in the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida. Staly appointed Bisland as Undersheriff when he was elected as Sheriff.

Photo courtesy of the FCSO.

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2017.


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