Two HBCUs Name New Police Chiefs

daltonValerie Dalton is the first woman to serve as associate vice president for public safety and police chief at Morehouse College in Atlanta. She had a 27-career in the Atlanta Police Department, rising to the post of director of the Office of Professional Standards.

StewartDouglas Stewart Jr. is the new chief of police at Alcorn State University in Mississippi. Stewart had a 32-year career with the Mississippi Highway Patrol. Stewart is a graduate of Alcorn State University, the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Academy and the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.

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  1. Actually Chief Dalton is not the first woman police chief at Morehouse. In the early 1990s their was a female chief by the name of Chief King.

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