FBI Director Robert Mueller (left) congratulates Capt. Todd Radabaugh upon graduation from the FBI National Academy.
Media Contact: Geoff Cantrell
QUANTICO, Va. (April 8, 2013) — Capt. Todd Radabaugh of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission was among 268 law enforcement officers who graduated recently from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Va.
Internationally recognized for excellence, the National Academy Program offers 10 weeks of advanced investigative, management and fitness training for selected officers. FBI Director Robert Mueller was the principal speaker at the graduation ceremonies, while the graduating class was represented by Capt. David Allen of the N.C. State Highway Patrol.
“Completion of this training is a personal and professional accomplishment for Capt. Radabaugh,” said Col. Dale Caveny, chief of the Commission’s Division of Law Enforcement. “Just as important, it reflects the high standards and commitment this agency maintains throughout the ranks.”
The 252nd session of the FBI National Academy consisted of men and women from 49 states and 27 countries.
Capt. Radabaugh, of Rocky Point, is the second wildlife officer from North Carolina to attend the FBI National Academy. He is the district wildlife enforcement supervisor for Pitt, Beaufort, Greene, Lenoir, Duplin, Pender, New Hanover, Onslow, Jones, Carteret, Pamlico and Craven counties.
Wildlife officers enforce hunting, trapping and inland fishing regulations and boating laws to protect the resources of the state and the safety of its citizens. For more information, go to www.ncwildlife.org or call 919-707-0031.