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Everett deputy police chief graduates from FBI academy

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  • Everett Deputy Police Chief Dan Templeman recently graduated from the FBI National Academy in Virginia.

    Everett Police Dept.

    Everett Deputy Police Chief Dan Templeman recently graduated from the FBI National Academy in Virginia.

EVERETT -- Deputy Police Chief Dan Templeman recently graduated from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Va.
Templeman joins at least five other officers among the Everett Police Department's top brass who've completed the academy, said officer Aaron Snell, department spokesman.
Attendance at the 10-week FBI academy is by invitation only and draws candidates from around the world, Snell said.
Templeman's graduation was a "significant accomplishment," Everett Police Chief Kathy Atwood said.
Templeman attended Lake Stevens High School and graduated from Western Washington University with a bachelor's degree in sociology.
He has been an Everett officer since 1992 and deputy chief of operations since March 2011.
Atwood, Capt. Bill Deckard, Capt. David Fudge, Capt. Greg Lineberry and Capt. Mark St. Clair also have completed the FBI academy, Snell said.
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