Millersville Announces New Interim Police Chief

Millersville Announces New Interim Police Chief

Millersville Announces New Police Chief

MILLERSVILLE, TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – In the wake of changes going on in Millersville we have one more to report. Bryan Morris has been hired as the city’s new interim Police Chief.

With more than two decades of experience, Morris will assume the role of “interim” Police Chief, leading a department that has experienced a series of changes in leadership over recent years. Lieutenant Robert Watson stepped in initially, following the departure of Robert Richman, who was let go by the city after just one month in the position. FULL STORY

Morris should settle in quickly given he was with the Millersville Police Department from 2004 to 2009 where he held several positions including Detective.

After Millersville, Morris had the position of Police Chief in Ridgetop for just about 10 years. If you recall the Ridgetop Police Department was eliminated. The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office now acts in that capacity. MORE

Most recently Morris held the position of Interim Chief of Police at the Nashville State Community College in Nashville, TN.

“I am excited to be back at a department where I worked early in my career,” Morris told Smokey Barn News. “I live here and have worked with a lot of the guys directly and indirectly over the years.  I have spent the last 20 years policing in both Robertson and Summer County.”

“I am a firm believer in training, Morris says in his resume. “I have well over 2000 hours of specialized classroom training in the police/security field. I have worked and managed security projects for the past 20 years for several different security companies such as APEX and Integrated Security.”

According to his resume, Morris earned his B.A. in Criminal Justice in 2021 from Penn Foster. Morris graduated from the Walters State Community College Police Academy in Morristown, TN in 2003. In 2017, Morris attended the Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings training, and in 2018, he participated in the Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombings course, both at New Mexico Tech in Socorro, NM.

For Morris’ full resume click here.

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