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Letters to the Chief of Police
The "Letters to the Chief of Police" is dedicated to recognizing the hard work and desire of Murfreesboro Police Department officers to make a difference in the community. The following are summaries of letters written to Murfreesboro Police Chief Glenn Chrisman. Congratulations to these police officers and dispatchers for their excellence in making Murfreesboro a safe and wonderful community.MPD Badge - Gold - 30Sep2013.jpg
 
Recognize a Police Officer
If you would like to recognize a police officer or dispatcher, please write:
Chief Glenn Chrisman
c/o Murfreesboro Police Department
302 S. Church St.
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
 
May 2015
Sergeant Katrina Henderson and Detective Eric Howser were recognized by the US Secret Service for their assistance in prosecuting a person who had stolen thousands of dollars from area churches. The letter stated that their “dedication, coordination and collaboration with the Secret Service and other law enforcement agencies undoubtedly led to the positive outcome of a conviction and restitution”.

Officers Daniel Love, Greg Brown, and Jacob Lamb were recognized for the “expedited response and capture of three subjects suspected of committing an armed robbery.”

Officers Cameron Adam and Travis Ledford received a letter of appreciation from a citizen who wrote that the officers’ “quick actions in dealing with a juvenile having suicidal thoughts was very commendable” and wanted to express their thanks for the officers skill in preventing a tragic event.

Officer Ricky Haley received a letter from a citizen expressing his appreciation for his “professionalism”. The letter stated that Haley was “very nice” and that the citizen was “very proud” that the City has officers of the caliber of Officer Haley.

Officer Reginald Primas was commended by Superintendent Bernard Salandy of the Rutherford County Correctional Work Center for speaking with a local church group. Salandy stated that Primas was “professional, dedicated, compassionate and did an exemplary job representing the Department.

Officer Christopher Hobbs was recognized by a citizen for his help in regards to a family situation in which the officer was “nothing short of a blessing and prayers answered.”

Officer Anthony Whitehead was commended by a citizen conveying her appreciation for the manner in which he worked a minor traffic accident involving her daughter. The citizen stated in her letter that Ofc. Whitehead was “pleasant, reassuring, and even helped change her daughter’s tire in the rain.” – Officer Whitehead was also commended by a Captain with the Tennessee Highway Patrol for his efforts in resolving parking issues experienced at the Girl’s State Basketball Tournament at MTSU. The THP stated that his “actions and demeanor were of the most professional caliber”.





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