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Smokey Protects and Serves

Lt. Steven McClanahan, financial crimes commander of the Little Rock, Ark., Police Department, is a graduate of the Southeastern Command and Leadership Academy (SECLA). SECLA is a leadership development program at the University of Tennessee’s Law Enforcement Innovation Center. LEIC is an agency of the statewide UT Institute for Public Service.

In this photo, McClanahan is standing in front of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock.

SECLA Classes and graduation are held at UT Chattanooga. More than 200 alumni of the program represent law enforcement from seven states. The program offers 12 undergraduate credit hours or six graduate level credit hours through UTC. Areas of study include leadership and management, emerging trends in law enforcement, ethics and integrity, risk management and liability, planning and budgeting, managing diversity and media relations.

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