Former FBI agents donate to police academy |

Former FBI agents donate to police academy

The Society of Former Special Agents has donated $2,500 to Colorado Mountain College’s police academy program.Retired FBI special agent Phil Walter, now a private investigator, said former special agent Donna Duhadway received award money from the SFSA and decided to designate CMC’s police academy. Duhadway lives on the front range but has roots on the Western Slope, Walter said.”Agents from Glenwood Springs have a history with the academy,” Walter said.He explained that David Yates and Cliff Browning, now deceased, taught at the police academy. Walter also used to teach there.The SFSA is a benevolent organization that uses membership dues and donations for charity. The SFSA has a branch based out of Denver that covers Wyoming and Colorado with about 100 members who are all former FBI agents, Walter said.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO

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