Atlanta mayor shaking up police department structure
Experienced officers are promoted for higher morale, better crime-fighting
ATLANTA — In his first full day on the job, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed unveiled a reorganization of the police department's command staff and announced other plans, including one to hire an economic development czar.
Acting Police Chief George Turner promoted several longtime leaders to new positions to boost morale among officers.
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