Nashville’s Police Chief will be leaving for a new job in a matter of days.
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Metro Police Chief Ronal Serpas says some looting has followed the weekend’s flood, but in all he’s pleased with what he considers a low number of cases for a city of this size.
Urban Search and Rescue teams are fanning out through Nashville’s most heavily flooded areas today, looking for people still stranded and determining how safe they are following the floods.
President Barack Obama has officially declared four Tennessee counties a disaster area.
Outspoken Metro Police Chief Ronal Serpas wants the top police job in New Orleans – his hometown. He’s being interviewed as a candidate for police superintendent this week.
A Metro Police officer was indicted Tuesday for his role in a gun smuggling ring.
Metro Police will soon have federal money to hire fifty new officers.
Metro Police concluded Wednesday that former Titan quarterback Steve McNair was shot by his 20-year-old girlfriend, Sahel Kazemi, early Saturday morning.
Metro Police Chief Ronal Serpas says if state lawmakers want to improve public safety, they should focus on stiffer sentences for repeat offenders instead of allowing people to take their guns more places.
Two Metro Council members questioned several management decisions of Police Chief Ronal Serpas, at the department’s budget hearing last night.