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CMHA PD Command Staff
STANLEY C. MURREY CHIEF OF POLICE
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CLEVELAND -- The Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) announced that Stanley C. Murrey has been named Chief of the CMHA Police Department.
continues a tradition of excellence, while bringing significant experience from outside the Housing Authority." Chief Murrey joined the CMHA Police Department in 1994 as Commander of Patrol.He was promoted to Deputy Chief of Administration in 2001.
has been credited with helping CMHA PD
realize its potential as this police department successfully transformed itself into a highly respected and professional law enforcement agency.CMHA PD
is currently one of only six state-certified public housing police departments in the entire nation to attain national law enforcement accreditation.It is one of only two to earn accreditation in Northeast Ohio.It became the first police department of its kind to achieve re-accreditation status while also attaining 100% compliance with all applicable standards in its initial assessment in 1998 and again during both reaccreditations that occurred in 2001 and in 2004 respectively. Prior to joining CMHA, Chief Murrey served with the Cleveland Police Department (CPD).He joined CPD as a patrol officer in 1969.He was successfully promoted through the ranks to Sergeant in the SWAT Unit, and later, served as District Lieutenant until his retirement in 1994.
"I am very proud to continue my career in public service as the Chief of the CMHA Police Department
," stated Chief Murrey
."This represents the unique opportunity and challenge of leading an exceptional department in maintaining safe neighborhoods.I look forward to continued partnership with other law enforcement organizations in the community, and especially to working cooperatively with the residents who live in CMHA housing." Chief Murrey holds an Associates of Liberal Arts Degree and is a member of various local and national law enforcement organizations.
Crain's Cleveland Business
Stanley C. Murrey has been acting chief of the housing organization's state-certified, nationally accredited police department since May 31, when former chief Anthony H. Jackson retired.
..."This represents the unique opportunity and challenge of leading an exceptional department in maintaining safe neighborhoods," Mr. Murrey said in a housing authority statement.
"I look forward to continued partnership with other law enforcement organizations in the community, and especially to working cooperatively with the residents who live in CMHA housing."The CMHA Police Department
officers enforce all city, state, and federal laws, and they have full police arrest powers, according to its web site.Prior to joining the housing authority, Mr. Murrey served for 25 years with the Cleveland Police Department.
"We look at this as seriously as if one of our human officers would have died," said Stanley Murrey, a deputy chief with the Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority police department.
Fugitive of the Week: Denver Adams | wkyc.com
"With his past history and what he did to the lease-holder, he is a danger to everybody, not only on the estates, but anybody in the area," said CMHA Deputy Chief Stanley Murrey.
Adams has a number of scars on his
face and hands. He's
52-years-old and could still be on public housing property.
Any information can be called in for a reward to the fugitive hotline at 1-866-4-WANTED.