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By Christian Jennings - bio | email

ALBANY,  GA (WALB) – The Albany Police Chief will have a new inner circle December 14th.

Capt. Mark Scott, head of the Thomasville police department's support division, is APD's new deputy chief. Scott says he's passionate about his job and excited about his move to Albany.

"I'm really passionate about training and making sure that we're professional about the way we do things. And that's what I'm excited about is a new challenge, new people to work with, a new city, new citizens to serve. The horizons are bright," said Capt. Mark Scott, APD Deputy Chief.

Captain Scott will oversee APD's support division. He'll be introduced at a news conference at 5 tomorrow.

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