Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry recently officially announced that Garry Hamilton has been appointed as Police Chief for the City of Fort Wayne. Hamilton becomes the first African American to hold the position.
FROM THE ARCHIVES: Deputy Chief Garry Hamilton said he would like to see the department staffing numbers more reflective of the city’s population numbers.
Reports courtesy of Mike Joyner, Public Information Officer, City of Fort Wayne Police Department More bank robbery photos released FORT WAYNE—The Fort Wayne Police Department recently released additional surveillance photographs of the suspect in the Nov. 18 robbery of Star Financial Bank at 7110 Lima Road. The department is asking the media to run […]
During the week, he’s officer Chris Wyatt, a veteran of 24 years with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and Fort Wayne native. On weekends, Wyatt becomes Mr. C., a Christian clown who performs at kids parties, church festivals and other events.
For many current and former Houston Police Department (HPD) officers, many believe that they have had to work in an environment where they have been the victim of a work environment built upon a foundation of retaliation and an unwritten “code of silence.”
19-year FWPD veteran Officer Mark A. Rogers, 45, has been arrested for Misconduct by a “provider” and False informing after allegedly having sexual intercourse with a woman he had picked up during a DWI stop.
JONESBORO, Ark.—The mother of a young, black man fatally shot while handcuffed in the back seat of a police cruiser has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against two Jonesboro Arkansas police officers, their chief, and the city.
Two long-serving community servants and familiar faces have retired from official duty. On Aug. 12, Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry honored volunteer police officers Bennie Edwards and Hank Sims, who together have put in more than 60 years—32 for Edwards and 29 for Sims—of service with the Fort Wayne Police Department’s reserve officers.