Oak Ridge Police Chief Robin Smith will speak to the League of Women Voters of Oak Ridge on Tuesday.
The meeting will be virtual, conducted online, because of COVID-19. It is scheduled to start at noon Tuesday, January 19.
Smith has served with the Oak Ridge Police Department since 2012. He served as a lieutenant for two years before being promoted to captain and then deputy chief, a press release said. He was appointed ORPD chief in October 2018.
Prior to beginning his career in Oak Ridge, Smith served 17 years with the Tennessee Valley Authority Police, the last 14 years as commander of police operations, the press release said. Smith is a 1982 graduate of the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy, and a 1990 graduate of the FBI National Academy. He has a bachelor’s degree in applied organizational management from Tusculum College and a master’s degree from Bethel University.
Lunch with the League welcomes League members and non-members alike to the presentation, the press release said. For instructions on linking to the live presentation, contact [email protected]. A couple of days later, you may view the recorded session on the League’s website at https://my.lwv.org/tennessee/oak-ridge.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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