Employee Accomplishments

Professional Training & Certifications

The City of Creedmoor's management staff encourages employees to pursue training and certification to enhance their skills and qualifications. Often the training and certifications are required for compliance with federal, state, or other regulations; however just as often employees pursue additional training to enable them to better serve the citizens of Creedmoor.  In addition, City Management recognizes employees and teams that strive to raise the standard of professionalism for their respective departments, and ultimately the entire City of Creedmoor staff.

With the realization that this often calls for sacrifice above and beyond the job requirements, the Mayor and Board of Commissioners recognize employees for their efforts during their public meetings. City management and elected officials applaud these employees for their dedication and commitment to professional and personal development.

 


 

Daniel SnipesPublic Works Director Becomes a North Carolina Roads Scholar

Daniel Snipes, Public Works Director, completed the basic education program requirements to become a North Caroline Roads Scholar in April 2018.

The Roads Scholar Program is a professional development opportunity offered by the North Carolina Local Technical Assistance Program at ITRE.  The purpose of the program is to recognize local government personnel who have significantly increased their knowledge of road maintenance procedures and improved their technical and managerial skills.

 

 

 

 

FBINA #268Police Chief Keith King Graduates from FBI National Academy

On Wednesday, June 7, 2017, Creedmoor's own Chief of Police, Keith King, graduated from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.

Honorably selected, Chief King, was among the 200+ top law enforcement officials from around the world to attend FBI Class #268. The 10-week professional development course included topics such as: intelligence theory, terrorism and terrorist mindsets, management science, law, behavioral science, law enforcement communication, and forensic science. Participants also received a wide range of leadership and specialized training.  Chief King said, "I am truly thankful for the opportunity and experience at the National Academy."