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Registered Public-Safety Leader (RPL)
About RPL
The APCO Institute Leadership Certificate Program is a comprehensive 12 month online program leading to the professional designation of Registered Public-Safety Leader (RPL). RPL recipients receive a certificate of acceptance into the APCO Institute Registry of Public-Safety Leaders, a formal and prestigious acknowledgment of excellence within our industry.

Whether you are the leader of a work team in your agency, a volunteer task force or committee, or an entire organization, there are certain things you need to know and skills you need to develop to be successful. If you are willing to work at developing your leadership potential, this program will prepare you for the challenges and opportunities of leadership.

Through a series of online courses offered by APCO Institute, in cooperation with, the American Management Association's e-learning provider, you'll learn how to:

Communicate with Authority - Successful leaders know how to get their message out. The more effective you are as a speaker and a writer, the more effective you will be as a leader.

Build and Manage High-Performance Teams - Successful leaders are able to get people to work together for the common good.

Break Down the Barriers to solid Interpersonal Negotiations - Successful leaders are able to employ a negotiation framework that encourages a positive outcome for both parties.

Enhance Team Performance - Successful leaders take time to provide their team members with a realistic assessment of their performance. They know that a realistic assessment of performance is critical to motivation and morale.

Lead with Confidence and Integrity - Successful leaders provide direction, lead by example, enable others, share power and seek a better way.

Make a Difference Within our Association and our Industry - Successful leaders need to have a broad knowledge of their industry, as well as a broad knowledge of how to lead our Association in facing the challenges of today and tomorrow.

Apply the Skill Sets Learned for the Betterment of Our Association and Our Industry - The completion of industry-specific course assignments and a service project at the state, regional or national level.

Listing of Illinois APCO RPL's (As of July, 2012)
Gregory T. Riddle Aug, 2007
James D. Richardson Aug,2007
Ron Gross Sep, 2008
Kevin Diluia Dec,2008
Mary Anne Glowacz Dec, 2008
Amy Kosinsky Mar,2009
Howard Dee Thomas Jr. Jan,2010
Stacy R. Sarna Jan,2010
Terri Costello Apr, 2010
Jeannine Thompson Jan,2011
Diana J Tousignant Jul,2012
Donald J Nielsen, Oct 2012
Michael G Tillman, Oct 2012
Curtis A Nekovar, Jan, 2013
Sherrill Ornberg, Apr, 2013
Brian Bassett, Oct, 2013
Jeanine Chiappano, Oct, 2013
Mark Swiderski, Oct, 2013
Jason Shirkey , Jan, 2014
Gina L. Cortez, Oct, 2014
Carey Stupar, Jan, 2015
Jamie Fleisner, Apr, 2015
Jodi L. Moomaw, June, 2015