The Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office is proud to recognize and congratulate Lieutenant Bryant Harris on his recent graduation from the FBI National Academy’s 285th session.
This prestigious program is known internationally for its rigorous 10-week training in advanced communication, leadership, and fitness.
Lieutenant Harris has spent over 22 years in service to our nation and community, and we are grateful for his dedication and commitment. With a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Catawba College and a Master of Science degree in Emergency Management from the University of Maryland Global Campus, Lieutenant Harris brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his role as Assistant Director of Training at the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office.
Throughout his 17 years of service with the Sheriff’s Office, Lieutenant Harris has worked in various divisions, including Jail Operations, Court Operations Security, Field Operations, Fugitive Unit, and Training Unit, gaining valuable experience and knowledge along the way.
In addition to his impressive background and experience, Lieutenant Harris has received the Safariland Award for his courageous and heroic actions in the line of duty. He also holds several advanced Georgia POST certifications, including Law Enforcement General Instructor, Firearms Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor, Field Training Officer, and Jail Training Officer. His additional certifications include Mental Health First Aid Instructor, Crisis Intervention Training Instructor, Use of Force Instructor, and Georgia POST Supervision and Management Certification.
We are honored to have Lieutenant Harris as a member of our team, and we congratulate him on his achievement in graduating from the FBI National Academy. His dedication to his profession, his community, and his country is inspiring and deserving of recognition. We wish him continued success in his career and all future endeavors. Thank you, Lieutenant Harris, for your service and commitment.