Governor Kemp Reappoints 2 Former Walton County Law Enforcement Officials to State Boards – Your Local News

Walton County, Ga. (September 14, 2022) – Georgia Governor Brian Kemp reappointed two Walton County residents and former law enforcement officials to state boards this summer.

Former Monroe Public Safety Director Keith Glass has been reappointed to the Board of Commissioners for the Peace Officers’ Pension and Benefits Fund. Glass is the former director of public safety for the city of Monroe. He retired in 2018 after a 25-year career in law enforcement in his hometown of Monroe. At this time, Glass was the longest serving police chief in the history of the Monroe Police Department. He is currently Chairman of the Governor’s Board of Commissioners of the Peace Officers Pension and Benefits Fund. Photo Credit: Pension and Benefits Fund of the Council of Commissioners of Peace Officers from Georgia

Current Walton County Probate Judge and former Walton County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Bruce E. Wright has been reappointed to the Board of Commissioners of Judges of the Georgia Probate Courts Retirement Fund. Wright was first elected to the Walton County Probate Court in 2012 and has served on the bench since 2013. Previously, he was a Monroe Police Officer from 1989 and later served as Chief Sheriff’s Deputy for the County of Walton Joe Chapman since 2005. Wright serves as the Vice Chairman of the Governor’s Board of Commissioners of Judges of the Georgia Probate Courts Retirement Fund. Photo Credit: Georgia Probate Courts Retirement Fund Judges Board of Commissioners

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