LNP “104” Off to Harvard University

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Liberia National Police (LNP) Assistant Commissioner for Operations, or the “104” Gregory O. W. Coleman, has left the country on a one-year study leave to pursue graduate studies at the prestigious John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, United States of America.
In his letter the Director of Admissions at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Matt Clemons, congratulated Commissioner Coleman for his admission as a member of the Mid –Career Masters in Public Administration Program (MC/MPA). He is also an Edward S Mason Fellow for the class of 2016.
“The Admission Committee spent many hours reviewing applications and you should be justifiably proud of this outstanding achievement,” Clemons said while congratulating Commissioner Coleman.
Prior to his departure, Commissioner Coleman said he was grateful for the opportunity to study abroad being a police officer, and lauded the LNP Administration and President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for affording him the opportunity.
He said the opportunity was to better prepare him to contribute to Liberia’s growth and development.
He added that he was going to Harvard bearing in mind that he is being watched by other Liberians and his success in the program will depend on his approach. He promised to do his best in meeting the standards set by the University.
Commissioner Coleman holds a Bachelor of Science (Bsc) degree in Management and a minor in Public Administration from the Cuttington University. He holds a Post graduate Certificate in Public Administration from the Ghana Institute of Public Administration (GIMPA) with several professional papers in policing.
The MC/MPA is an intensive course of study for experienced professionals who must complete required summer programming followed by two terms of full time academic coursework.


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