The City of South Fulton to Swears-in Keith Meadows as
New Police Chief
Keith Meadows has been named the City of South Fulton's New Police Chief and the new head of South Fulton's law enforcement officers will be sworn in on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at 6:15 p.m. at the Southwest Arts Center.
During the Ceremony, Chief Meadows and ten other new officers will be sworn-in by Mayor William "Bill Edwards.
Meadows comes to the City of South Fulton Police Department from the College Park Police Department where he served for three years after a 30-year career with the Atlanta Police Department. During his tenure as College Park's Police Chief, Chief Meadows worked with many leaders in the faith-based community to establish 1-C-1-P (One Congregation One Precinct), an initiative designed to strengthen police and community relationships.
Meadows has worked in several different capacities during his law enforcement career to include: served as Commander of the School Detective Section for the Atlanta Police Department, served as the Precinct Commander for Zone Six where he led several community crime prevention programs, served as the Commander of the Major Crimes Section which includes Homicide, Special Victims, Major Fraud, Commercial Robbery, School Detectives Auto Theft and Fugitive Units.
Mayor William "Bill" Edwards said, "The Council is unified with the decision resulting from the national search. We are confident in Meadows' leadership and look forward to the City of South Fulton's Police Department and community working together to make our great city South Fulton Strong."