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Morgan City Police Chief Retires After 37 Years of Service

by KQKInews
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Effective Tuesday, Chief James F. Blair retired from the Morgan City Police Department.  Blair has been serving the Morgan City Police Department since 1985. He served the department in many capacities such as Corrections, Patrol, K-9 Officer, Street Crimes Unit, Detective, Narcotics, SWAT , Public Information Officer, Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain. In 2015, Blair excelled to the position of Chief of Police.

A statement released by the department said,  “You have shown a dedication to the badge and a desire to protect our civilians like few others. That professionalism has helped the entire community and we wish you all the best as you retire and begin a new phase of your life. Congratulations on your many accomplishments. Your career has been truly inspiring and as you retire, you should be very proud of everything you’ve achieved. Enjoy your well earned retirement.

From all of us here at the Morgan City Police Department, we wish you well in your future endeavors. You will always be a Brother in Blue here at the Morgan City Police Department as this will always be your home.”

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