Landrum Police Departments names Marti Glass Reserve Officer of the Year

Published 9:26 am Monday, April 11, 2022

NGU Professor and Director for College of Humanities earns recognition 

 

LANDRUM––Landrum Police Department names Marti Glass Reserve Officer of the Year for his outstanding excellence in service at LPD.

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Glass is the Director of Adult and Professional Studies for the College of Humanities and Science, and Associate Professor of Psychology at North Greenville University.

After Glass grew up in a law enforcement family, he pursued a ten-year career working as a Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, and Detective. Afterward, he was able to go back to college and earn his Master of Arts in Counseling, and from there he earned his Ph.D. He has worked with North Greenville University since 2009.

Currently in his three-year tenure as Reserve Officer with LPD, Glass patrols within Landrum’s city limits, conducts investigations of crime and traffic accidents, and provides coverage for all events within the city. He also works shifts when other officers are out sick and has provided psychological support and training for the department.

“This is an outstanding department,” Glass says. “I have been honored to have served with such a professional and excellent group of officers.”