Lilburn Police Chief Bruce Hedley was recently sworn in as the new 4th Vice President of the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police. The GACP represents Chiefs of Police from across Georgia and, as one of its duties, is responsible for the training and professional development of all Chiefs of Police.
Chief Hedley started with the Lilburn Police Department in June 2008. Prior to coming to Lilburn, he served 20 years with the Atlanta Police Department retiring as a unit commander.
Chief Hedley oversees a department with 32 sworn officers, eight civilian employees, and many part-time employees and volunteers. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management and a master’s degree in public administration. Chief Heldey is a graduate of the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College and the 239th installment of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Among his many credentials, he is also a proud veteran of the United States Army and the Georgia Army National Guard.
In commenting on the 4th VP position Chief Hedley said, “I realize our great association has many great challenges ahead and I want to be a part of the decision making process. It would be an honor to serve on the GACP Executive Board.”
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