Prescott Police promote Fletcher
Prescott Police Chief Mike Kabbel promoted Sgt. Tim Fletcher to lieutenant of the administrative services bureau effective Nov. 11.
Fletcher will manage the daily operations of the animal control, records, and support services sections.
Fletcher, who earned a bachelor of science in biology from Northern Arizona University, is a 16-year veteran of the Prescott Police Department and an Arizona native. He came to the Prescott Police in January 1996 after three years of experience with the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
Fletcher has served as a patrol officer, motor officer, and a member of the department's Special Tactical Unit, before being promoted to the rank of sergeant in 2000.
As sergeant, Fletcher served as a patrol supervisor, about four years as the support services section supervisor, and five years as the traffic safety section supervisor.
Fletcher is active in a variety of organizations including the Salvation Army Advisory Board where he serves as chairman and the Yavapai Yelpers chapter of the national Wild Turkey Federation. He also is a volunteer hunter education instructor for the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
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