Chief Steve Hyman

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“Chief Steve Hyman is originally from Alapaha, Georgia. He graduated from Berrien County High School in 1980. He has a daughter and a stepson.

Chief Hyman began his career with the Berrien County Sheriff’s Department and came to the Tifton Police Department in 1983 as a patrol officer. He has also worked as an investigator, training/community relations and served as a shift supervisor. He was promoted to Captain of the Patrol Division in July of 2016 and was then promoted to Chief of Police in December of 2019.”

 

Education:

Georgia Chief’s Association Chief Certification GACP Headquarters, Duluth, Georgia

Law Enforcement Command College Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia

Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, Georgia


Technical Training:

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy (255hrs), FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia Class 218
  • Georgia Law Enforcement Command College (280hrs), Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia Clase VI
  • Managerial Certification (120hrs), State of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council 1999
  • Supervisory Certification (120hrs), State of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council 1997
  • Advanced Certification (150hrs), State of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council 1997
  • Intermediate Certification (150hrs), State of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council Year
  • Street Level Drug Investigations (80hrs), State of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council Year
  • Criminal Investigation (80hrs), State of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council Year
  • Field Training Officer Certification (40hrs), State of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council 1990
  • Basic Law Enforcement Certification (360hrs.), State of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council 1982