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    Lt. D. Hampson, Maj. J. Maddox, Director - Johnnie Stafford, and Captain A. Militello

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SRO Commander & Assistant Commander

Major Jeff Maddox – Commander

I started my law enforcement career in 1994 at Forest Park Police Department. I left there and started at Henry County Police Department in 1997. I have worked my way up through the ranks and recently was promoted to the rank of Major. I am the Major over the School Resource Division. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice: Business Administration and Management, as well as a master’s degree in Criminal Justice: Homeland Security. I enjoy my job and it is very rewarding to be able to make an impact on our school children. I enjoy my interaction with the students each school day. My goal is to provide a safe and secure school environment for every student to learn in.

Captain Anthony Militello – Assistant Commander

Captain Anthony Militello served in the United States Navy and was stationed in Japan. Subsequently, in 1997, he started his career with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. In 2002, he served in the United States Army as a reservist and was deployed and stationed at Fort Stewart. In 2008, his family relocated to Georgia, and he joined the Henry County Police Department as a patrol officer. Since joining the department, he has served in various divisions and units. While assigned to the Special Operations Division, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and served as a team leader of the Henry County Police SWAT’s Sniper Team. After transitioning to the Internal Affairs and Recruiting Division, he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Most recently, he was promoted to the rank of Captain over the School Resource Officer Division. Captain Militello is also proud to be a member of the Haven’s House Board of Directors. Over the span of a 25 years of law enforcement career, Captain Militello has been committed to serving and protecting his community and the public at large.