MPD’S IBARRA GRADUATES FROM FBI ACADEMY

July 8, 2009, 8:22 AM HST · Updated July 8, 8:24 AM
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The Maui Police Department’s Lieutenant Wayne Ibarra, becomes the islands latest graduate of the FBI National Academy Program.   Ibarra is a Watch Commander with the Wailuku Patrol District and a 21 year veteran of the department.

(Photo of Lieutenant Wayne Ibarra courtesy: Maui Police Department)

(Photo of Lieutenant Wayne Ibarra courtesy: Maui Police Department)

Internationally know for its academic excellence, the National Academy Program, held at the FBI Academy, offers 11 weeks of advanced investigative, management, and fitness training for selected officers having proven records as professionals within their agencies.  A total of 42,459 graduates now represent the FBI National Academy since it began in July 1935. Of that number, more than 23,000 are still active in law enforcement.

Lieutenant Ibarra attended the academy from January 12, 2009 to March 20, 2009, as part of the 236th Session, Section 2 Representative.  He received training in Police Leadership, Labor Law Issues for Law Enforcement Administrators, Chemical Munitions, Spirituality, Stress Management and CSI- Evidentiary Photography.

For the physical fitness, he received a Yellow Brick (running) and Blue Brick (34 mile swim challenge).

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There were a total of 257 attendees, consisting of men and women from all 50 states and 20 countries.

Lieutenant Ibarra is married to Janice and they have 3 children- Tehani, Sydney and Tyler.

(Posted by Wendy Osher;  Information provided by Maui Police Department, Photo Courtesy MPD)

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