Thursday, December 6, 2012
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Conyers Police Department Major Scott Freeman was honored for 22 years of service with the city at the City Council meeting Wednesday night. Freeman has been selected by Rockdale County Sheriff-elect Eric Levett to serve as his chief deputy when his term begins Jan. 1. Wednesday was Freeman's last day on the police force. According to Police Chief Gene Wilson, Freeman's last assignment with the department was as commander of the Bureau of Administration and he was instrumental in the department receiving state accreditation and achieving accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. "We're going to miss him a great deal," said Wilson. "I think the sheriff-elect made a very good decision for his second in command." Shown above, left to right, are Wilson, Levett, Freeman, and City Manager Tony Lucas. Special Photo
Major Scott Freeman was honored for 22 years of service with the city of Conyers.