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Sheriff's Weekly Highlights September 14, 2016
Coconino County Jail Kitchen Staff Learn 7 Habits of Exceptional Leadership at ACFSA Conference
CCSO Staff Attend Roosevelt Leadership Talk

Wendy and Cecilia met with President T. Roosevelt (reprised by Adam Linquist) before his talk on leadership at the 3 day Association of Correctional Food Service Affiliates Conference in Bloomington, MN, August 28-31, 2016. The conference brings the most current information about5 the Correctional Food Service Industry to attendees.  Topics included Goal Setting, Principles of Exceptional Leadership, New Technologies in Food Recycling, Health topics regarding Food Allergens and Hepatitis, Equipment purchases and Kitchen Remodels.

Mounted Unit is a Big Hit at Trappings of the American West Event
Coconino Sheriff Mounted Unit at Am West

Opportunities to Join Law Enforcement September 17 Supporting Great Causes
N AZ Unity Tour Ride 2016

International Torch Walk for Special Olympics 2016

Sheriff’s Office Making a Difference - Community Thank You Letters

Here are a few of the thank you letters we have received recently

To Deputies Jess Payne and Mikkel Libarle, “Please accept my heartfelt appreciation for your overwhelming help (when we were) trapped the San Francisco Peaks … the trip to Arizona was wonderful because of your support and kindly helping us out of trouble … We are fans of Captain America. You are the super heroes that showed up in our world!” from a couple whose vehicle was stuck in the mud on a forest road.

To the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office, “Thank you for your recent contribution of time to the 2016 Triennial Drill (Grand Canyon National Park Airport). This event would not have been a success without your involvement. Because of your support we were able to meet our requirements under FAA Part 139 certification for our airport,” from the Grand Canyon National Park Airport Operations Manager, Michael Cockrum.

To Deputy Christie Wenstrom, “In June of this year, I served as a counselor for the FBI National Academy Associates Arizona Leadership Program at NAU. We brought 30+ kids … to participate in a week long leadership camp. We ended (one of the days) with a demo by Deputy Wenstrom and her K-9 partner. I was extremely impressed by Deputy Wenstrom’s knowledge and demeanor. She had a very interactive and down to earth way of presenting the information to the kids (ages 14-17), and they loved watching her work the dog. She was professional and represented your agency in a very positive way,” from Amy Bonney, Deputy Chief of Police, City of Prescott, Arizona.

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