City of Germantown appoints Mike Fisher as full-time police chief
GERMANTOWN, Tenn. (WMC) - On Monday, the Germantown Board of Mayor and Aldermen officially appointed interim Police Chief Mike Fisher for a full-time role.
A 30-year law enforcement veteran, Fisher has served with the Germantown Police Department since 2005. During that time, he has been assigned to patrol, SWAT, drug unit and the investigations divisions.
He says he’s also mindful of lessons learned from previous Police Chief Richard Hall.
“He is one of the most positive people I’ve ever met,” Fisher said. “Regardless of what crisis we faced, he was always positive and moving us forward. I admired his resiliency and I hope to carry that forward.”
Fisher says he’s here in any capacity to serve and protect the people of Germantown, who in turn uplift the department with their feedback.
To learn about Fisher’s history in law enforcement, view the city’s full release here.
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