Durham police captain graduates from FBI National Academy

Posted February 3, 2009

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— Capt. Morris Ray Taylor of the Durham Police Department recently completed the FBI's National Academy program.

During the 11-week training program Taylor studied Statement Analysis, Investigative Interviewing, Evidentiary Photography, Effective Writing, Legal Issues for Command-Level Officers and Fitness for Law Enforcement.

“This program provided me with advantages professionally and personally," Taylor said.

"I was able to do a lot of networking and the PT (physical training) classes gave me ideas about how to keep healthier as I get older,” he added.

Durham Police Chief Jose L. Lopez Sr., Deputy Chief B.J. Council, Assistant Chiefs Lee Russ, Steve Mihaich and Jim Bjurstrom and Capt. Ed Sarvis are also graduates of the academy.


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  • d1_standing Feb 4, 2009

    Why is this news?

  • bottleworks Feb 3, 2009


  • 68_polara Feb 3, 2009

    Now go and earn more money in a city that values their officers.