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Major Bruce Teutsch is the Academy Director. His primary responsibility is Chief Administrator and Coordinator for all Academy functions. Major Teutsch is the Department’s direct representative at the P.O.S.T. Council in all matters relating to the North Louisiana Criminal Justice Academy. He is a P.O.S.T. certified law enforcement veteran and instructs classes for the Recruit Cell specializing in the Criminal Justice System, Patrol Activities and Firearms. Major Teutsch also works closely with the P.O.S.T. Council in all matters pertaining to Firearms training and qualifications and is an active member of the P.O.S.T. Firearms training Board.

Lieutenant Sarah Rhodes is the Academy’s Operations Supervisor. Her primary responsibility is ensuring the overall function of the Recruit Cell and In-Service training is within P.O.S.T. and Departmental policies, guidelines and standards. She is a P.O.S.T. certified law enforcement veteran. Lt. Rhodes specializes in the areas of First Aid, Report Writing, Domestic and Family Matters, Use of Force and Physical Training.  She instructs classes for both the Recruit Cell as well as In-Service training.
   Sergeant Clint Robins is the In-Service Coordinator/Instructor as well as a Recruit Cell Instructor. He is a P.O.S.T certified law enforcement veteran. Sgt. Robins’ primary responsibilities are to oversee, schedule classes and assign instructors for the In-Service program, as well as, reviewing all In-Service curriculum. He teaches many of the In-Service classes as well as a variety of classes for the Recruit Cell. He specializes in Patrol Activities, EVOC driving training and Officer Survival.
Sergeant Jeremy Haas is a Recruit Cell Instructor as well as an In-Service Instructor. He is a P.O.S.T certified law enforcement veteran. As a Recruit Cell Instructor, Sgt. Haas specializes in the areas of First Aid, Report Writing, Use of Force and Physical Training. He is also a P.O.S.T. Master Instructor and instructs Levels 1,2 and 3 Law Enforcement Courses.  As an In-Service Instructor, he is responsible for developing and teaching, locally required and P.O.S.T. required, curriculum.
   Deputy Mabria Grosjean is the Academy’s Administrative Assistant. She is also a Bossier Sheriff’s Office veteran and has been the administrative backbone of the Academy for over five and a half years. Her responsibilities are numerous and range from scheduling and coordinating regional classes, identifying and scheduling guest instructors and speakers for various classes and functions, to preparing and maintaining documentation for P.O.S.T. Recruit classes, meeting and greeting. Dep. Grosjean provides a friendly, yet professional experience to all those attending the North Louisiana Criminal Justice Academy.