On March 11, 2011, Sergeants Marty Morris and Kenneth Wilke graduated from a three-week Leadership Training School held in Boerne, Texas.
The Leadership School, sponsored by the Texas Police Chief’s Association, is designed to Develop Leaders for Texas Law Enforcement.
Course material included theories and strategies focused on the Police Profession and the “Peace Officer’s Code of Ethics”.
Sergeant Morris is a nine year veteran of the Kerrville Police Department. Morris serves as the Traffic Unit Supervisor, an element of the Field Operations Division.
Sergeant Kenneth Wilke is a twelve year veteran of the Kerrville Police Department. Wilke serves as the Supervisor of the Criminal Investigations Section that comprises the Criminal Investigative Unit and the Special Crimes Unit.
Sgt. Morris stated “as a leader, it is important to treat people as you would want to be treated, with dignity and respect, and you will be followed.”
Kerrville Police Chief John M. Young, Jr., who also serves as the 2011 President of the Texas Police Chief’s Association, stated, “This is the first of the Leadership courses sponsored by the TPCA and it is our intention to schedule more in different areas of the state. I want to thank Chief Gary Miller of the Boerne Police Department for hosting this first class.”