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Chief Enoch is Chief of Police for Savannah-Chatham County Public School System. He is is a career criminal justice practitioner with over 30 years of progressive experience in law enforcement and leadership. His local government experience includes serving as Jail Administrator for one of the largest local jail systems in the state and managing a full-service sheriff’s office. He also served as Interim Assistant Chief for Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department and as Executive Director for the Savannah Impact Program, a specialized unit with the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department, operating as a “Community Reentry Collaborative” primarily focusing on “high risk” and “at risk” youth and adults. Chief Enoch was twice honored as Georgia’s “Outstanding Citizen of the Year” for his over two decades of public service. He was recognized as a Hometown Hero by Savannah’s WTOC-TV for “making his service to the Savannah-Chatham County community his number one priority.” He is a charter member and immediate past President of the 100 Black Men of Savannah, Inc. He serves on the First African Baptist Church Board of Finance in addition to providing board service for several other local nonprofit organizations including the Savannah Chamber of Commerce, United Way of the Coastal Empire, and the Union Mission, Inc. A longtime resident of the Coastal Empire, Chief Enoch is a graduate of Savannah State University and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government Executive Leadership Program.