Deputy Lisa Lovering of the Isanti County Sheriff’s Office was recently honored by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) for earning the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Law Enforcement Management Series Certificate.
Lovering was among 47 law enforcement professionals representing 30 Minnesota agencies who were recognized by the BCA.
Minnesota Department of Public Safety Commissioner Mona Dohman extended her congratulations, along with Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Superintendent Wade Setter.
The Law Enforcement Management Series Certificate is awarded to individuals in law enforcement who complete a rigorous training program addressing issues faced by law enforcement supervisory personnel. The individuals received their training at the BCA headquarters in St. Paul.