Lubbock Police Academy Named for Longest Running Chief - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/10/07

Lubbock Police Academy Named for Longest Running Chief

The Lubbock Police Department has honored a man who dedicated his life to serving the citizens of the Hub City.

"It's been a wonderful ride for me," said J.T. Alley Jr., a former Lubbock Police Chief. "I enjoyed it thoroughly."

Monday, the department renamed its Police Academy at Reese Center in honor of former Chief  Alley, who served as chief from 1957 to 1983. He is the longest running chief, in the department's history, thus far.

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