HEMET POLICE CAPTAIN GRADUATES FROM ELITE
LAW ENFORCEMENT EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
The Hemet Police Department is proud to announce the graduation of Police Captain Rob Webb from the State of California’s elite Command College Executive Leadership Training Program.
According to the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, the primary goal of the program is to “prepare the law enforcement leaders of today to lead into the future.” Admission into the program is highly competitive and is based on written exercises, oral interviews and community involvement. Successful candidates must be nominated by the chief executive of their agency.
Captain Webb has served as the department’s “second in command” for several years. “It’s no surprise to me that he excelled in the program,” said Police Chief Dave Brown. “He’s one of the smartest men I know and he’s a great leader. Rob is certainly qualified to serve as a Chief of Police anywhere in California…we’re lucky to have him in Hemet.”
Captain Webb has been with the Hemet Police Department since 1991. Previous to that he was an officer for the San Diego Harbor Police. He was a founding member of HPD’s gang unit and he has commanded all three bureaus within the department. He holds a bachelors degree from Southern Illinois University and a Masters in Organizational Leadership from Azusa Pacific University.