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Sheriff's Weekly Highlights November 4, 2016
Community Policing and Youth Outreach
CCSO at Career Day 1

Youth and adults alike at Northland Baptist Christian School enjoyed visiting with Sergeant Steng, Deputy McNerney and Deputy Ormsby during their recent career day.  Deputy McNerney and Ormsby answered questions regarding the Sheriff's Office, handed out badges, coloring books, K9 cards, and let the children see our patrol vehicles.  


CCSO at Career Day 2




Congratulations to our Newly Certified Public Managers
Coconino County CPM Graduates


The Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce the graduation of Cathy Allen and Kathleen Levinson from the Certified Public Managers Program (CPM).  The program is designed to develop effectiveness of local, state, tribal, and federal public managers and consists of over 300 hours of structured learning in CPM competency areas.  The competency areas are in Personal and Organizational Integrity, Managing Work, Developing Staff, Leading People, Systemic Integration, Change Leadership, and Public Service Focus.  More information about each of these can be found at:  https://ramseyexecutive.asu.edu/content/cpm-competencies

The final course includes a simulated City Council meeting.  Students enact roles of Council Member, Mayor, Attorney, City Clerk, Reporter, Special Interest groups, Labor Union, Finance Director, HR Director, Fire Chief, Parks and Recreation Direction, Economic Development Director, Water Department Director, Citizens, Chamber of Commerce, AARP, and Editor in chief.  The simulated meeting is designed around passing a budget following a recession.  Students apply critical thinking and appreciative inquiry as they represent their role and the concepts of public management. 

Congratulations to Cathy and Kathleen for undertaking this professional development. The Sheriff’s Office encourages employees in growth opportunities and invests in developing qualified, resourceful leaders for the future of our organization.

Photo Certified Public Managers (left to right): Tami Suchowiejko, Richard Baron, Erika Philpot, Cathy Allen, and Kathleen Levinson

The Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce the graduation of Cathy Allen and Kathleen Levinson from the Certified Public Managers Program (CPM).  The program is designed to develop effectiveness of local, state, tribal, and federal public managers and consists of over 300 hours of structured learning in CPM competency areas.  The competency areas are in Personal and Organizational Integrity, Managing Work, Developing Staff, Leading People, Systemic Integration, Change Leadership, and Public Service Focus.  More information about each of these can be found at:  https://ramseyexecutive.asu.edu/content/cpm-competencies

The final course includes a simulated City Council meeting.  Students enact roles of Council Member, Mayor, Attorney, City Clerk, Reporter, Special Interest groups, Labor Union, Finance Director, HR Director, Fire Chief, Parks and Recreation Direction, Economic Development Director, Water Department Director, Citizens, Chamber of Commerce, AARP, and Editor in chief.  The simulated meeting is designed around passing a budget following a recession.  Students apply critical thinking and appreciative inquiry as they represent their role and the concepts of public management. 

Congratulations to Cathy and Kathleen for undertaking this professional development. The Sheriff’s Office encourages employees in growth opportunities and invests in developing qualified, resourceful leaders for the future of our organization.


The Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce the graduation of Cathy Allen and Kathleen Levinson from the Certified Public Managers Program (CPM).  The program is designed to develop effectiveness of local, state, tribal, and federal public managers and consists of over 300 hours of structured learning in CPM competency areas.  The competency areas are in Personal and Organizational Integrity, Managing Work, Developing Staff, Leading People, Systemic Integration, Change Leadership, and Public Service Focus.  More information about each of these can be found at:  https://ramseyexecutive.asu.edu/content/cpm-competencies

The final course includes a simulated City Council meeting.  Students enact roles of Council Member, Mayor, Attorney, City Clerk, Reporter, Special Interest groups, Labor Union, Finance Director, HR Director, Fire Chief, Parks and Recreation Direction, Economic Development Director, Water Department Director, Citizens, Chamber of Commerce, AARP, and Editor in chief.  The simulated meeting is designed around passing a budget following a recession.  Students apply critical thinking and appreciative inquiry as they represent their role and the concepts of public management. 

Congratulations to Cathy and Kathleen for undertaking this professional development. The Sheriff’s Office encourages employees in growth opportunities and invests in developing qualified, resourceful leaders for the future of our organization.



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

A mother from the Doney Park Community called to say thank you to Sergeant Steng and Deputy Silverstein for stopping and spending time talking with youth in the neighborhood.  She said she recently moved from California and couldn’t imagine officers in her old community taking the time to interact with kids as our deputies did.  She was so impressed by the rapport the deputies developed with the youth and wanted to say thanks.




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