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SCMPD Announces Changes to its Command staff SCMPD Announces Changes to its Command staff
Acting Major Mike Wilkins announced his retirement Friday Acting Major Mike Wilkins announced his retirement Friday
Cpt Ben Herron will now head up the Downtown Precinct Cpt Ben Herron will now head up the Downtown Precinct
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Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department Interim Chief Julie Tolbert and Acting Assistant Chief Terry Enoch have made some changes to the command staff.

Effective Sunday, Capt. Ben Herron will move from the Criminal Investigations Division to take command of the Downtown Precinct.  This position was vacated by Acting Major Mike Wilkins. 

Capt. Carl Ramey will leave his post as Afternoon Captain and will become a supervisor over the Criminal Investigations Division. 

Southside Precinct Lt. Ramona Famble will become the acting director of the Savannah Impact Program which was vacated by now Acting Assistant Chief Terry Enoch.

Chief Tolbert is sad to announce the retirement of Acting Major Mike Wilkins.  Today Wilkins informed the chief and City Manager Stephanie Cutter he is leaving the department to take a job in the private sector.  Wilkins has worked for the SCMPD for 23 years. 

Interim Chief Julie Tolbert said, "I wish Wilkins the best of luck with his new job.  I am very happy for him.  We have worked closely together for many years and I am sad to see him go."

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