The main topic of this research paper is regarding an emerging issue in today’s law enforcement command staff, the necessity for leadership command training. Promoting qualified command staff is a growing problem for law enforcement in America today. Due to the evolution of today’s law enforcement as well as the demands expected by communities, agencies cannot be reactive to developing its command staff. The valuable skills obtained by leaders that attend leadership command training is reciprocated down to staff and benefit the agency overall in several ways. Agency perception and retention are a couple of benefits that are improved by developed leaders. Author W.D. Orrick (2008) stated in his book, “Employees don’t leave jobs, they leave poor managers” (p.159); therefore, law enforcement agencies should mandate leadership training to all command staff.