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Hoadley takes office at FBI National Academy

Published: Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

DeKALB – DeKalb Deputy Police Chief Wes Hoadley recently became president of the Northern Illinois Division of the FBI National Academy Associates.

He also was sworn in Jan. 9 as the second vice president of the State of Illinois FBI National Academy Associates in Bloomington, according to a news release.

The professional academy is an administration course for law enforcement officials nationwide and abroad.

Participants must be nominated and spend weeks taking college-level courses in Quantico, Va.

Hoadley, who has been on DeKalb’s force for 22 years, graduated from the FBI National Academy in September 2003.

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