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Hagan sworn in as chief deputy
Bowman administers oath of office to former Walthourville PD chief
Hagan sworn in
Al Hagan takes the oath of office as chief deputy from Liberty County Sheriff Will Bowman.

Former Walthourville Police Chief Al Hagan was sworn in Thursday night as the Liberty County Sheriff ’s Office new chief deputy following the resignation of Deputy Chief Max Brown last month.

Hagan, who has a long career in law enforcement, was sworn in by Sheriff William Bowman during the county commissioners meeting in Hinesville.

Hagan has held many positions in law enforcement over his career, working as a deputy in Bryan County, an agent for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, and police chief of the Walthourville Police Department.

Hagan promises to have an open door policy in which anyone in the community can talk to him.

VIDEO: Hagan sworn in

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