The Levy County Sheriffs Office teamed up with CFCC to host an 80 hour class in Line supervision at the CFCC Campus in Chiefland. The Class Started May 17 and ended May 27 with 21 people completing the course. Attending the class were representatives from the Levy County Sheriffs Office, Gilchrist County Sheriffs Office, Alachua County Sheriffs Office and the Florida Fish and Wildlife commission. During this class students were taught leadership, planning, Legal issues, personnel management along with many more topics . This class was created by the state of Florida to provide the students with the knowledge to be an effective supervisor in the modern law enforcement workplace.