Murfreesboro police chief announces retirement
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- Murfreesboro Chief of Police Glenn Chrisman says he plans to retire from the force at the end of the year.
Chrisman has served with the Murfreesboro Police Department since 1976. He rose through the ranks from patrolman to Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, Deputy Chief, and finally to Chief of Police in 2003.
Chrisman has also held statewide office, serving as President of the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police 2012 to 2013. He currently serves on the Tennessee Peace Officers and Standard Training Commission.
In 2014 the TACP presented Chrisman the Joe Casey Middle Tennessee Chief of the Year Award.
Now in his 40th year with the Murfreesboro Police Department, Chrisman says he plans to retire December 31st.