NW-ALETA Training Supervisor
Clint Scrivner is the Training Supervisor at the Northwest Campus of the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy. He is responsible for the oversight of planning, organization, execution and direction of the Basic Police Training Course and Advanced Courses offered at our Northwest ALETA Campus. Mr. Scrivner is a graduate of the 434th session of the Northwestern University: Center for Public Safety School of Police Staff Command. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Mississippi State University and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Delta State University.
Gregory Harrison is the Training Coordinator at the Northwest Campus of the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy. He has been employed at ALETA since 2016. His teaching responsibilities include Juvenile Law, Off Duty Encounters, Racial Profiling, Accident Investigation, Firearms Instruction, Decision-Based Scenarios, and MILO Video Simulation. Mr. Harrison is responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of the basic cadet classes, and assisting in the coordination and instruction of advanced courses offered at our Northwest ALETA Campus. Mr. Harrison graduated from ALETA Class 1987C and was previously employed by the Springdale Police Department for 28 years, where he completed his service cycle in 2015.
Gene Page is a Training Coordinator at the Northwest Campus of the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy. He began his employment with NW-ALETA in 2022. He is responsible for the Basic Training Class and assisting with advance courses at the NW-ALETA Campus. Mr. Page graduated from ALETA in 1991 and holds a degree in Criminal Justice. His law enforcement experience includes working as a Deputy Sheriff, Police Officer and Arkansas State Trooper.
Shannon McCuin is a Training Instructor/Coordinator at the Northwest Campus of the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy. She has been employed at ALETA since 2020. Her teaching responsibilities include the Telecommunicators program. Mrs. McCuin is responsible for instructing, coordinating, and developing curriculum for Telecommunicators as well as designing and developing online curriculum. Mrs. McCuin has worked in public safety for over twenty-four years. She was a key player in getting standardized Telecommunicator training in Arkansas and was one of the founding persons who helped get HB1741 passed, now known as Act 640 of 2011. This made standardized training available in the State of Arkansas. She was part of the team which created the Basic Telecommunicator Course curriculum used today at the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy. Mrs. McCuin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education in Human Resource and Workforce Development from the University of Arkansas and holds her designation as a Registered Public Safety Leader through APCO International.