Douglas County Chief Deputy Wayne Hudson is leaving the department, to become Chief of Police in Ohio
OMAHA, Nebraska — According to a news release, Chief Deputy Wayne Hudson will be moving on from his post in Douglas County to pursue a Chief of Police position in the state of Ohio.
The Ohio town of Shaker Heights On Friday, Mayor David E. Weiss made the announcement that beginning in January, Hudson will take over the leadership of the Shaker Heights Police Department and serve as Chief of Police.
Weiss expressed his delight with the selection of Wayne Hudson as the next Chief of Police, saying, “I am very pleased to announce his appointment.” “He brings with him to Shaker Heights an extensive and outstanding career in law enforcement, a demonstrated dedication to community and inclusivity, and good interpersonal communication skills, all of which I see as essential for our future police chief. He will be in charge of a department that is full of talented and devoted employees, and there is already a strong leadership team in place.
1994 marked the beginning of Hudson’s career as a civilian law enforcement officer.
Hudson stated that he was “humbled and thankful” to have been given the opportunity to manage such a prestigious organization. I am looking forward to becoming a member of the management team that Mayor Weiss has put together in Shaker Heights, as they are accomplishing a lot of excellent things in the community. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the people of Douglas County for providing me with a home, an education, and the opportunity to perform volunteer work in private homes, places of worship, and places of business throughout the county. I want to be remembered for my dedication, the good work I did for the community, and the professional law enforcement services I provided.
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