Lieutenant Raymond Tyburski, left, and Sergeant George Love. – LCSO
Two officers from Lake County Sheriff’s Office have graduated from Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command, Class 400.
They are Sgt. George Love, who was the class president, and Lt. Raymond Tyburski, a corrections officer. Both completed the ten-week class at the university with topics including leadership, human resources, employee relations, organizational behavior, applied statistics, planning and policy development.
Both Love and Tyburski, along with their classmates, raised more than $8,000 as a legacy gift for Brotherhood for the Fallen, which sends police officers to funerals of fallen officers in the United States and Canada and provides support to family members of the fallen officers.
Money raised was also donated to Concerns of Police Survivors, which provides support to the families of fallen police officers.
Sheriff Mark Curran stated how proud he was of the men for their dedication and commitment to law enforcement excellence. “I have no doubt they will apply what they have learned to continue raising the bar at the Lake County Sheriff’s Office,” he said.