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Sgt D.J. Wesley

Cell  (803) 730-7926

Sergeant Daniel J. Wesley began his career in 1997 with the Allendale Police Department in Allendale South Carolina and served the department up to the rank of Lieutenant. He later joined the Columbia Police department in 2004 assigned to the Metro Region and later became a Field Training Officer (FTO).  He later was transferred to the North Region Community Response Team (CRT), where he was assigned the rank of Master Police Officer.  MPO Wesley joined the Columbia Police Department’s Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) unit in 2006, serving as the assistant element leader.  MPO Wesley was promoted to the rank of Corporal in 2009 and was transferred to North Region patrol division as a patrol supervisor.  Sgt Wesley was assigned to the Columbia Police Department’s Pro-Active Community Enforcement (PACE) team in 2011, serving as a front line supervisor, dedicated to a unique team of officers to unity communities, conduct special operations to address criminal activity through proactive enforcement and community oriented policing for a better and safer City of Columbia.

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Cpl J.A. Fisher


Cpl Fisher has been a resident of Columbia SC since 1985. He began his career in Janurary 1998 with the SCHP and was assigned to Hampton County. He came to the Columbia Police Department in April of 1999 and was assigned to the Metro Region. Cpl Fisher became a member of the police department's SWAT team in August 2002 where he served for seven years. He became a part of the Metro Region CRT (Community Response Team) in 2009 and was assign to the Belvedere community and later adopted the Jones- McDonald, CICC, Allen Benedict Ct,Celia Saxon and Eva Trezvant communities. In 2011 Cpl Fisher was called to active duty military service for one year. When he returned to the departmentin December of 2011 he returned to the community as a part of the P.A.C.E. (Pro-Active Community Enforcement) Team and was reunited with his former communities. In September of 2012 he was promoted to the rank of Cpl and continues to serve on the P.A.C.E. Team.

Areas of Responsibilities
Supervising the daily operations of the officers assigned to the P.A.C.E. ,co-ordinating with other units and divisions in the department and developing strategies to aggresively enforce community complaints and educating the community about crime prevention.

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MPO R.L. McIntyre


Born and raised in the Columbia area and joined the Columbia Police Department in August of 2004. I have worked most of my career in the North Region where I was appointed to the rank of Master Police Officer in 2007. Shortly after being appointed to MPO I was assigned to North Region's Community Response Team. I worked briefly in the East Region when it first opened in 2011. I came back to Community Services and joined PACE in September of 2011 and was assigned back to the North Region. I am a member of the SWAT Team and also the coordinator for the Bike Team.  

Areas of Responsibilities:
Burton Heights/ Standish Acres, College Place, Eau Claire Community Council, Golden Acres, North Columbia Business Association, Seminary Ridge and Windemere Springs

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Officer R.C. Medlock


MPO Medlock grew up as an Army Brat and lived an itinerant life all over the United States and Europe.  Upon graduation from High school in Anchorage, Alaska he moved with his family to Ft. Jackson, SC where his father soon retired from the military. He then went off to college at Georgia Southern University.  MPO Medlock was the President of the Justice Studies club, played intramural sports and worked as a tutor for at risk kids in a local elementary school while in college. He took an Internship at SLED in Forensic Services Division in 1995 at SLED Headquarters. He was hired six months later by SLED after graduation from GSU in 1996 after obtaining a Bachelors degree in Justice Studies. MPO Medlock went to work for the U.S. Border Patrol in 1998 in South Texas. In 2000 he moved to pursue a career in the family construction business in Atlanta, GA and then continued his construction management endeavors with a Fortune 500 construction company.  After nine years in the construction industry he returned home to Columbia, SC and back to his original career in law enforcement with CPD in 2009. MPO Medlock has worked on two Metro Squads, served as a Field Training Officer (FTO),  and the Metro Special Operations Group (SOG) prior to his current assignment on the PACE Team.

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Officer A.S. Broder


Officer Broder is originally from Monmouth Junction, New Jersey.  He graduated from South Brunswick High School in 2005 and from the University of New Haven, Connecticut in 2009 with two Bachelor Degrees.  Prior to joining the Columbia Police Department in October 2010, Officer Broder worked for the South Brunswick Board of Fire Commissioners.  After graduating from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy - Basic Law Enforcement class, Officer Broder was assigned to the South Region Patrol Division.  Officer Broder  was awarded the Purple Heart from an incident that occurred in April 2011 . In June 2012 Officer Broder was transferred to the Community Services Division Pro-Active Community Enforcement team.   

Areas of Responsibilities:
Forest Hills, Shandon, Hollywood Rose Hill, Brandon Acres/Cedar Terrace, South Kilbourne, Edisto Court, Central Rosewood and Rosewood Community Council.

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Officer J.A. Ashmore


Officer Julie Ashmore started her career with Columbia Police Department in June 2006.  She was initially assigned to South Region as a patrol unit for the next five and half years.  In August 2011, Officer Ashmore was transferred to the Community Services Division's Pro-Active Community Enforcement (PACE) team where she remains currently.  Before coming to Columbia Police, Officer Ashmore has previously worked as a Detention Officer at Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center and as a Correctional Officer at South Carolina Department of Corrections' Kirkland Correctional Institution.  Officer Ashmore also proudly served in the U.S. Navy for over ten years as a Cryptologic Technician.

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Officer D.A. Pollard


Officer Pollard graduated from Gilbert High School in 2006.  After High School he joined the Marine Corps and served four years. He began his law enforcement career with the Columbia Police Department in June of 2010 and was assigned to the West Region.  He spent a few months in the West Region before being transferred to the North Region where he spent about a year in a half.  Officer Pollard became a member of the PACE team in September of 2012.

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Officer T.I. Hass

Cell: 917-5906

Officer T.I. Hass hails from Columbus, Ohio. Officer Hass graduated from The Ohio State University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Criminology. Officer Hass began his law enforcement career with the Columbia Police Department in August 2010 where he was assigned to the Department’s North Region. Officer Hass was transferred to the Community Services Division in August of 2011 and is currently assigned to the P.A.C.E. Team.

Areas of responsibilities:
Bayberry Mews, Bethel Bishop Chapelle, Capital Heights, Colony Apartments, Cottontown, Earlewood Park, Elmwood Park

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Officer G.A. Brown

Cell (803)767-7929


I am originally from Amityville N.Y which is on Long Island.  I graduated from Amityville Memorial High school in 1992.  I am currently finishing my degree in Computer Technology.  I graduated from the SC Criminal Justice Academy in April of 2000 in Class #392.  I started my law enforcement career with the Orangeburg Sheriff’s Department in January of 2000.  I started with the Columbia PD assigned to the South Region.  I was transferred to P.A.C.E in January of 2013

Areas of Responsibilities:
Historic Waverly, Sherwood Forest, Wheeler Hill, Oakwood Ct..,Melrose neighborhood Assoc. Wales Garden, Lyon St, M.L.King,

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MPO M.P. Jenkins

Cell (803) 351-9324

Master Police Officer Matthew Jenkins began his career with the Columbia Police Department in May of 2006. He started his career in the Metro Region where he was on patrol. He became a member of the Metro Region Community Response Team in January of 2010. He became a member of the PACE team in January 2011.

Areas of Responsibilities:

Arsenal Hill Neighborhood Assoc., Christopher Towers, Gibbs Green, USC-Carolina Community Coalition, University Hills

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MPO S.M. Duckett

Cell (803)760-9418


I am a graduate of Benedict College with a degree in political science. Before becoming employed with the Columbia Police Department I formally worked in the political field which took me to several different places around the country. I then moved back to Columbia and pursued a career in law enforcement, I worked at the South Carolina Department of Corrections for about a year then I was hired by the Columbia Police Department in 2006. I worked in North Region for 2 years then West region for about a year. I was then transferred to narcotics and the gang unit for about a year and a half before being transferred to East region. I am currently a member of the PACE team and I enjoy the community interaction that the unit brings.

Areas of Resonsibilities:
Belmont Communit, Easter Street Neighborhood Association, Fairwold Acres/Harlem Height, Riverside Apartments, Northwood Hills, Highland Park, Lincoln Park, Greenview Crime and Safety Committee, Ames Manor and North Columbia Civic Club

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Officer M.M. Reck

Cell (803)917-0806


I began my career at the City of Columbia Police Department in December of 2008 after moving here from Wisconsin, where I was already certified in Law Enforcement.  My first assignment was patrol in North Region, which I did for about a year and a half.  After that I became a School Resource Officer at H.B. Rhame and Logan Elementary Schools.  I got my D.A.R.E. certification and taught 5th grade core classes and did classroom visits with Pre-K through 4th grade.  After working just under a year with the Drug Suppression Team, I was transferred to the PACE Team where I am currently assigned.

Areas of Responsibilities:
Historic Heathwood, Historic Trenholm Buchanan, Heathwood West, Kilbourne Park, Heathwood Park, Kings Grant, Cross Hill, Sage Point Apartments, Woodcreek Farms, Bellclave Association, Oakbrook Village, Enclave Association, Alan's Mill and I am responsible for the Community Meeting List.

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Officer J.E. Roberts


Officer Jason Roberts has over 17 years of law enforcement experience.  He started his career at the age of 21 with the Richland County Sheriff's Department.  Officer Roberts was employed by the City of Columbia Police Department in October of 2012 and  In May of 2013 Officer Roberts was transfered to the PACE team.

Areas of Responsibilities: South Region
Communities: Hampton Forest Neighborhood, Yorkshire Neighborhood, Ashewood Lake HOA, Heyward Park, St. Marks Wood, Village Pond, East Lake HOA, Avalon Place, Gregg Park Neighborhood Assoc., Hampton Hill Condos

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Officer G.J. Carr


Officer Carr was born and raised in South Bend Indiana.  He graduated from Washington High School in the year 1999, afterwards attending Southwestern Michigan College.  He began his law enforcement career in 2006.  During his career he reached the rank of Corporal while working for the Nieghborhoods and Traffic/DUI Enforcement Teams.  He joined the Columbia Police Department in September 2012 and started out in South Region before being transferred to the P.A.C.E Team.

Area of Responsibilities:
Jones-McDonald, Druid Hills, T.I. Martin, Allen Benedict Court, Pinehurst, Booker Washington and Belvedere Community

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