SCMPD Chief Joseph H. Lumpkin To Present at the Hungry Club Forum Series

Chief Jack Lumpkin
Chief Jack Lumpkin
Savannah-Cha- tham County Metropolitan Police Department (SCMPD) Chief Joseph H. Jack Lumpkin will make the keynote presentation at the Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc.ís (HCFS) monthly Signature Roundtable and Open Forum, on Saturday November 18, 2017, at 9:30 AM. The breakfast forum will be held at the WBS YMCA, located at 1110 May Street, near W. Gwinnett Street.

The informal format will allow Chief Lumpkin to present his program for moving the Savannah-Chatham County area in the area of public safety. Attendees will get to generate dialogue, ask questions and offer progressive thoughts and ideas. The HCFS is interested in hearing how it may assist in making our community a safer place in which to live. Gwendolyn A. Lowe, Owner, NxLevel Business Services, LLC is this monthís HCFS Co-Sponsor.

Chief Lumpkin joined the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department on November 10, 2014. He brought with him 44 years of law enforcement experience; most recently he served nearly 18 years as the Chief of Police for the Athens Clarke County, GA Police Department. He has also served as Chief of Police for the Albany, GA Police Department and Toccoa, GA Police Department. Chief Lumpkin holds a Masterís Degree in Public Administration from Columbus State University, a Bachelorís Degree from Brenau University and is a graduate of the prestigious FBI National Academy, the Southern Police Institute as well as Leadership Georgia.

Chief Lumpkin has received many awards throughout his career, including a Life Saving Medal, Medals of Valor, and was honored by the Governor for his leadership as incident commander during the Great Flood of í94 in southwest and middle Georgia. In 2014 he was named Chief of the Year by the Georgia Association Chiefs of Police, and currently serves on the IACP Board of Directors.

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, community-oriented organization dedicated to providing quality educational, economic empowerment and cultural enrichment programs, and to bringing forth involvement and discussion of issues to move our collective community forward. For more information, please e-mail: or call Julia Wright at 233-0855 or Diana Harvey Johnson at (912) 927-8425.

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