Rowley Police Chief Scott Dumas has been named president of the FBI National Academy Associates.
“We are proud of the work that Chief Dumas does in Rowley every single day, and we know that he will represent the town and the department well in this role,” Board of Selectmen Chairman Joseph Perry said. “This is a very well-deserved honor, and the entire board wishes to offer him our congratulations.”
The FBI National Academy Associates includes nearly 17,000 senior law enforcement professionals focused on law enforcement expertise, training, education, and information.
Dumas is a member of the FBINAA New England Chapter and a graduate of the FBI National Academy Training Program. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Auburn University in Justice and Public Safety and a Master of Arts degree in Administrative Leadership from the University of Oklahoma, an FBINAA academic partner.Linda Greenstein can be reached at email@example.com.