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SPD Asst. Chief Glenn Schach Retires- Interview with Tom Pace 4-15-08Posted by: Tom Pace - April 15, 2008
It was a bittersweet day for Shreveport Police Chief Henry Whitehorn, as he announced the promotion of Cheryl Jeter as the City's first female Assistant Chief of Police...he also announced that 30 year veteran SPD Assistant Chief Glenn Schach was retiring on Thursday, April 17th, 2008..
Schach thanked all of his fellow officers, and praised them for their hard work. In a One-on-One interview with Tom Pace from "The Talk of the Town" Schach reflected on his career with SPD, and his thoughts about Jeter being promoted as the 1st Female Assistant Chief of Police.
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