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VPD Recognizes Retired Officer

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Victoria Police Department recognizes an officer, who is retiring after 27 years of service.

On May 17th, VPD officers recognized Sgt. Glenn Vaughn, who retired at the end of February.

Sergeant Vaughn was first sworn in as a VPD Police Officer in September of 1989. 

He promoted to Senior Patrol Officer in 1992 and became a K-9 Handler in 1993.  After promoting to Sergeant in 2004, he was assigned to Patrol and later to Police Investigations. 

During the last two years with the VPD, he was a Patrol Sergeant.

Throughout all these years he was involved in the VPD K-9 program. 

Even when he no longer had an assigned K-9, he worked with the VPD K-9 Handlers on their training days.

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