Springfield Police Lieutenant William Watkins Retires after 39 Years
SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn Information) – After 39 years of service to the neighborhood of Springfield, Lieutenant William Watkins has formally retired from the Springfield Police Division.
Throughout his profession with the division, Watkins served as a detective and lieutenant over the Patrol and Detective Divisions. Throughout his most up-to-date project, he served because the Neighborhood Relations Lieutenant along with his each day police duties. Watkins additionally served because the Legislation Enforcement Liaison and Coordinator for Crime Stoppers of Robertson County.
Previous to his service to the Springfield Police Division, Watkins was employed by the Berry Hill Police Division and the Robertson County Sheriff’s Workplace.
“We want to thank him for his a few years of loyal and devoted service and contributions to the Springfield Police Division and the residents of Springfield,” stated Police Chief Jason Head.
“Working with William Watkins has been a real pleasure. He’s a person of integrity with love and concern for the neighborhood, he will probably be missed.” Jim Ball Smokey Barn Information