Congratulations to Major Gun Lee, the Fairfax County Police Department’s most recent graduate from the FBI’s distinguished National Academy, which has just completed its 261st session. Major Lee is a 22 year-veteran of the Fairfax County Police Department and currently serves as the Commander of the Resource Management Bureau. He was one of two distinguished graduates in a class of 300 law enforcement professionals from around the world.
Established in 1935, The FBI National Academy is a ten-week professional development course for U.S. and international law enforcement leaders. Attendees engage in undergraduate and/or graduate classes at the FBI campus in Quantico, Virginia with the goal of improving the administration of justice in police departments and agencies at home. Coursework focuses on law, behavioral science, forensic science, understanding terrorism/terrorist mindsets, leadership, communication, and health/fitness.
Leaders and managers of state, local, county, tribal police, military, federal, and international law enforcement agencies attend the FBI National Academy by invitation only. The Fairfax County Police Department has had 97 graduates in our history, 14 of whom remain proudly serving within your police department.