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Robert Hubbs

Captain - Crime Analysis and Information Technology Division

Knox County Sheriff's Office

HQ Phone:  (865) 215-2243

Direct Phone: (865) ***-****direct phone

Email: r***@***.org

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Knox County Sheriff's Office

400 W. Main Street

Knoxville, Tennessee,37902

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Geospatial Technical Working Group (TWG)

National Institute of Justice


Lieutenant

Knoxville Police Department


Halls Business Association


Korean Canadian Symphony Orchestra


Affiliations

Tennessee

Member of the Horse Haven of Board of Directors


Education

Associates degree

Criminal Justice

Walters State Community College


BA

Sociology

University of Tennessee


Web References(30 Total References)


Halls Business and Professional Association | Halls | Halls Halls It | Halls Businesses | Halls Crossroads | Halls Business Association | Halls Professional Association | Halls Business and Professional Association | Halls Christmas Parade | Halls Clayton

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Capt. Robert Hubbs - Secretary
Knox County Sheriff's Office


Halls Business and Professional Association | Halls | Halls Halls It | Halls Businesses | Halls Crossroads | Halls Business Association | Halls Professional Association | Halls Business and Professional Association | Halls Christmas Parade | Halls Clayton

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Capt. Robert (Bobby) Hubbs
400 Main Avenue, St. L-165, City County Bldg Knoxville, TN 37902 865-215-4329 robert.hubbs@knoxsheriff.org


Council of West Knox County Homeowners Inc. - Agendas

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Robert Hubbs
Captain, Knox County Sheriff's Office


Farragut Rotary - Newsletter - Archive (Nov 2, 2014)

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Capt. Robert "Bobby" Hubbs of the Knox County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) painted a vivid picture for us on Wednesday of a reality of our times - crime in the form of burglaries of our homes and vehicles.
"The majority of home, business and vehicle burglaries happen between midnight and 4 a.m.," he explained. "One of the items the criminals want from your vehicles are guns and from your homes. They also want your prescription pills. Stay alert everywhere." Hubbs joined the KCSO in October 2009 and oversees Crime Analysis, Information Technology, and Ben Harkins with Capt. Bobby Hubbs Hubbs and his staff use technology to track the crime -- where it happens, when it happens, what is stolen and then they look for patterns. His crime map clearly identified the two major crime hotspots - downtown and in west Knoxville.


Farragut Rotary - Newsletter - Archive (Oct 26, 2014)

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On Wednesday our speaker will be Knox County Sheriff 's Office (KCSO) Capt. Robert Hubbs, who will present a program about "Crime Activity, Analysis & Statistics.
He also will tell us about a website we can use to check out crime in our area. If you attended our 8th Annual (and last) Adult Spelling Bee last April, you've seen Capt. Hubbs. He was a member of the KCSO winning team. In the picture here he is joined by teammates Frankie Byrne and Marianne Thompson. Capt. Hubbs began his law enforcement career with the Knoxville Police Department in 1979, retiring as a Lieutenant in 2009. His last assignment was supervising police service in Knoxville's Central Business District during downtown redevelopment. In October 2009, Hubbs began work at the KCSO, overseeing Crime Analysis, Information Technology, and Internet and community crime mapping. He also did crime analysis for the Knoxville Police Department from 1994 to 2004. He earned a BA in Sociology from the University of Tennessee in 1993 and an Associates degree in Criminal Justice from Walters State Community College in 1990. Capt. Hubbs is a member of the Horse Haven of Tennessee Board of Directors and the Halls Business Association (2012).


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