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Sergeants and other first-line supervisors who ensure that the vision and goals of a police chief or sheriff are put into effect at the street level. Sergeants are the ones who explain new policies to officers, and who translate the big-picture goals into the daily tasks that officers must understand and implement. On Monday, Sept 13, officers like Dave Womack, of the Grafton Police Department ,was described as an officer who exempifiies these characteristics. Womack was promoted to his new position as Sergeant on the force.
During Womack’s promotion, he was administered the oath of office by Mayor Morrow, Chief Eric Spanton and Sergeant Peggy O’Neil. They all helped pin him for his new rank. Sergeant Womack is a five-year veteran of the Grafton Police Department and has a total of 31 years service as a police officer.
Chief Spanton said, “This is a good day for law enforcement and the city of Grafton.”