New Corinth Police Chief Garner

New Corinth Police Chief Garner

New Corinth Police Chief Garner

 

Gerald W. (Jerry) Garner, a 49 year veteran of law enforcement, was recently selected as the new Chief for the Corinth Police Department beginning March 4, 2019. Chief Garner will lead the 36 member department and will oversee police patrol, investigations, animal control, traffic and community relations. Garner replaces Chief Debra Walthall, who retired in 2018 after thirty-five years of service in law enforcement.

“I am pleased to announce Jerry Garner as the new Chief of Police,” stated City Manager Bob Hart. “His leadership skills, experience and passion for law enforcement are just some of the many assets he brings to our community. The Corinth community and the Corinth Police Department are fortunate to have someone of his expertise to lead the future growth and development of our Police Department.”

 

photo courtesy of @CityofCorinth Facebook page


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