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Wrenn Johnson

Chief of Police

Morehead City Police Department

Direct Phone: (252) ***-****direct phone

Email: w***@***.com

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Morehead City Police Department

202 S 8th St

Morehead City, North Carolina,28557

United States

Company Description

The Morehead City Police Department is a full-service, proactive agency. The Morehead City Police Department's philosophy is community policing. Our goal is to continue to provide a high level of customer service in an effort to increase our connection with th...more

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www.wcti12.com

Chief Wrenn Johnson said her retirement will be effective on Feb. 1.
She has held the job since 2005, but has been with the Morehead City Police Department since 1986. According to an online biography, Johnson had held all ranks within the department until her appointment as chief.


www.jacksonvilledailynews.com [cached]

Proud moment: New Morehead City Police Chief Wrenn Johnson sits with her son, Chandler, at Tuesday's swearing-in ceremony. The honor roll of chiefs gained a new member Tuesday with the announcement that Wrenn Johnson, a 19-year veteran of the Police Department who has served the past year as interim chief, has been officially named Morehead City's chief of police. A room full of family, department members, town employees and members of the area law enforcement community gave a standing ovation following the announcement, and several of Johnson's predecessors were there to welcome her to the post. Former Chief William J. Condie was head of the department when Johnson was hired in 1986 and saw then the qualities of a good police officer and public servant. Johnson joined the department as a patrol officer and worked her way up.She held the rank of major - the department's second highest post - at the time she was appointed interim chief. While rising in rank, she also worked to further her training and education.She holds a master's degree and was one of only five applicants for the job to have graduated from the prestigious FBI Academy. Johnson graciously accepted the praise for her accomplishments, but she was quick to credit her success to the things she has learned from those around her. "I think it's important that we remember that we are part of the community and we are here to serve the community," she said after the swearing-in ceremony."I have a lot of confidence in the people of Morehead City and the members of this department." Johnson took the oath of office with her 9-year-old son, Chandler, holding the Bible at her side. After Johnson was sworn into office, her mother pinned a chief's badge on her uniform, and past chief Sammie Turner pinned the chief's insignia on her collar. The final decision came down to the leadership Johnson displayed as interim chief.


www.calea.org

Interim Chief Wrenn Johnson


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