Bio: Patey, Dan (FBI School - 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Patey, Simek
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/25/1973
Patey, Dan (FBI School - 1973)
Sheriff’s Deputy Dan Patey, an investigator for the Clark County Sheriff’s Department, made a brief weekend visit home last weekend, coming from Quantico, Va.
Patey is attending a Federal Bureau of Investigations school, in which 250 law enforcement officers from many parts of the world are in attendance. The 12-week course is just slightly less intensive than that conducted for FBI agents, who attend 14-week courses.
Patey said that he is a member of the smallest department enrolled in the school. One officer, from a city in Japan, had 38,000 law enforcement officers under his direction ‘the time we counted.’ Others are from Bangkok, Thailand; the Virgin Islands; the Philippine Islands; etc. One officer is from The Hague, Netherlands, and is connected with Interpol.
Because of the Monday holiday, Patey was able to fly out of Washington, D.C., to Minneapolis-St. Paul Friday noon, where he was met by his son-in-law, James Simek; and was to return Monday afternoon. He has completed five weeks of the 12-week course.
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