To better serve the residents of Wright Township, Sergeant Scott Rozitski spent 11 weeks away from his family, enduring taxing physical challenges and studying diligently under the most prominent federal agents in the country. He has now graduated from the FBI National Academy in Virginia, an honor that few law enforcers achieve.
“It’s a great accomplishment for him,” Wright Police Chief Royce Engler noted. “Fewer than one percent of municipal police officers attend the Academy.”
Rozitski was inspired to attend the Academy after hearing of Engler’s time there in 2005, as well as of former Wright Police Chief Joseph Jacob, who completed the program too. Engler called his time at the Academy “was one of the best experiences of my career.”
“I had wanted to go after hearing their experiences there,” Rozitski commented. “I waited three years. It’s that hard to get in….I got the call in June of this year that I was accepted. It was a long process.”
Each year, the Academy accepts
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