Veteran Franklin Detective To Retire Friday

FRANKLIN, TN — After 25 years of service and a host of awards and honors, veteran Franklin Police Department Detective Andy Green will retire Friday.

"Detective Green has dedicated 25 years of his life to the Franklin Police Department and the citizens we serve," said Chief Deborah Faulkner. "He has worked hard and helped to make Franklin a better place. We wish him well."

Green began his career in February of 1992 and a special assignment to public housing earned he and his partner the Franklin Optimist Club Officer of the Year Award in 2000.

Green served as a field training officer training new police recruits and also served with SWAT, the bike patrol and a nine-month stint as an acting sergeant.

In 2002, he was prompted to detective and worked primarily in narcotics and vice with a special assignment to the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Nashville Field Office. During that eight-year assignment, he investigated drug crimes throughout Middle Tennessee.

He is current the president of the Williamson County Fraternal Order of Police.

A reception for Green will be 3 p.m. Friday at Franklin Police headquarters.

Photo via Franklin Police

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