Haitian-American Gary Eugene New Police Chief Of North Miami

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Gary Eugene new police chief of North Miami Police Department

Gary Eugene was sworn in Tuesday as North Miami new chief of Police. The Haitian-American Police chief has a tgotal of 30 years of law enforcement experience. He has been with the North Miami Police Department for three years or since 2013. Gary Eugene started law enforcement as a detective with the city of Miami Police Department in 1985. In 1996 he became very engaged with the Little Haiti community as he was promoted lieutenant within the City of Miami Police department.

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Yole says...

Congrats...!!!
You deserve it
You are a kind, devoted & caring person...

May The Lord always be with you, assist you, help you, direct you, protect you & bless you....!!!
Stay blessed ...!!!

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