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CHIEF SCARBROUGH ACCEPTS IACP APPOINTMENT
Clinton Police Chief Rick Scarbrough, recently accepted an appointment to serve on the Executive Committee of the International Association of Chief’s of Police (IACP). The IACP has 25,000 members from the United States and 20 foreign countries. There are 47 Executive Committee members that represent the diversity of the global law enforcement community. The association serves as the professional voice of law enforcement and addresses cutting edge issues confronting law enforcement through advocacy programs and research, as well as training and other professional services. As part of the Executive Committee, Chief Scarbrough will provide valuable expertise and help guide the future of IACP and the law enforcement profession.

“Chief Scarbrough was chosen as a member of the Executive Committee because he exemplifies a high-level of commitment to the Association’s values and to the law enforcement profession, “ said IACP President Terrance M. Cunningham, Chief of the Wellesley, Massachusetts Police Department

This appointment follows a trend for Chief Scarbrough. He has served as the state representative for the Tennessee Association of Chief’s of Police for the past 5 years at meetings of the States Association of Chief of Police (SACOP). He is also chairing the Southern Region of SACOP, which is comprised of 13 states from West Virginia to Texas. He recently completed an appointment to the IACP expert panel that developed policy on how law enforcement may acquire and utilize surplus military equipment. That panel was assembled in part due to events in Ferguson, Missouri.
For years we have enjoyed the skilled and efficient leadership Chief Scarbrough has demonstrated in making Clinton a better and safer place to live. It is appropriate that he has been recognized on the state, regional, national, and now international level. We are very lucky to have Rick Scarbrough as the Clinton Chief of Police.” Said Anderson County District Attorney General David Clark

In 2014, Chief Scarbrough was elected by his peers as the East Tennessee Chief of the Year. It was also in 2014 that Clinton Police Department was recognized for winning the Excellence in Police Services Ward by the University of Tennessee Municipal Technical Advisory Service. Chief Scarbrough has 26 years in law enforcement, 20 of which have been with the City of Clinton. He holds a B.S. and M.A. in Organizational Management from Tusculum College and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.

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CHIEF SCARBROUGH ACCEPTS IACP APPOINTMENT
Clinton Police Chief Rick Scarbrough, recently accepted an appointment to serve on the Executive Committee of the International Association of Chief’s of Police (IACP). The IACP has 25,000 members from the United States and 20 foreign countries. There are 47 Executive Committee members that represent the diversity of the global law enforcement community. The association serves as the professional voice of law enforcement and addresses cutting edge issues confronting law enforcement through advocacy programs and research, as well as training and other professional services. As part of the Executive Committee, Chief Scarbrough will provide valuable expertise and help guide the future of IACP and the law enforcement profession.

“Chief Scarbrough was chosen as a member of the Executive Committee because he exemplifies a high-level of commitment to the Association’s values and to the law enforcement profession, “ said IACP President Terrance M. Cunningham, Chief of the Wellesley, Massachusetts Police Department

This appointment follows a trend for Chief Scarbrough. He has served as the state representative for the Tennessee Association of Chief’s of Police for the past 5 years at meetings of the States Association of Chief of Police (SACOP). He is also chairing the Southern Region of SACOP, which is comprised of 13 states from West Virginia to Texas. He recently completed an appointment to the IACP expert panel that developed policy on how law enforcement may acquire and utilize surplus military equipment. That panel was assembled in part due to events in Ferguson, Missouri.
CHIEF RICK SCARBROUGH
For years we have enjoyed the skilled and efficient leadership Chief Scarbrough has demonstrated in making Clinton a better and safer place to live. It is appropriate that he has been recognized on the state, regional, national, and now international level. We are very lucky to have Rick Scarbrough as the Clinton Chief of Police.” Said Anderson County District Attorney General David Clark

In 2014, Chief Scarbrough was elected by his peers as the East Tennessee Chief of the Year. It was also in 2014 that Clinton Police Department was recognized for winning the Excellence in Police Services Ward by the University of Tennessee Municipal Technical Advisory Service. Chief Scarbrough has 26 years in law enforcement, 20 of which have been with the City of Clinton. He holds a B.S. and M.A. in Organizational Management from Tusculum College and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.
CHIEF SCARBROUGH ACCEPTS IACP APPOINTMENT
Clinton Police Chief Rick Scarbrough, recently accepted an appointment to serve on the Executive Committee of the International Association of Chief’s of Police (IACP).
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The IACP has 25,000 members from the United States and 20 foreign countries. There are 47 Executive Committee members that represent the diversity of the global law enforcement community. The association serves as the professional voice of law enforcement and addresses cutting edge issues confronting law enforcement through advocacy programs and research, as well as training and other professional services. As part of the Executive Committee, Chief Scarbrough will provide valuable expertise and help guide the future of IACP and the law enforcement profession.

“Chief Scarbrough was chosen as a member of the Executive Committee because he exemplifies a high-level of commitment to the Association’s values and to the law enforcement profession, “ said IACP President Terrance M. Cunningham, Chief of the Wellesley, Massachusetts Police Department

This appointment follows a trend for Chief Scarbrough. He has served as the state representative for the Tennessee Association of Chief’s of Police for the past 5 years at meetings of the States Association of Chief of Police (SACOP). He is also chairing the Southern Region of SACOP, which is comprised of 13 states from West Virginia to Texas. He recently completed an appointment to the IACP expert panel that developed policy on how law enforcement may acquire and utilize surplus military equipment. That panel was assembled in part due to events in Ferguson, Missouri.

For years we have enjoyed the skilled and efficient leadership Chief Scarbrough has demonstrated in making Clinton a better and safer place to live. It is appropriate that he has been recognized on the state, regional, national, and now international level. We are very lucky to have Rick Scarbrough as the Clinton Chief of Police.” Said Anderson County District Attorney General David Clark

In 2014, Chief Scarbrough was elected by his peers as the East Tennessee Chief of the Year. It was also in 2014 that Clinton Police Department was recognized for winning the Excellence in Police Services Ward by the University of Tennessee Municipal Technical Advisory Service. Chief Scarbrough has 26 years in law enforcement, 20 of which have been with the City of Clinton. He holds a B.S. and M.A. in Organizational Management from Tusculum College and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.
CHIEF RICK SCARBROUGH