Title: Retired Assistant Chief, Educator
Company: St. Petersburg Police Department
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida, United States
Annie Worlds, Retired Assistant Chief at St. Petersburg Police Department, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of biology.
A graduate of Albany State University in Georgia, Ms. Worlds earned a Bachelor of Science in biology in 1972. Subsequently, she began her career as a science teacher at Terrell County High School in Dawson, Georgia, until 1973. Soon thereafter, she assumed employment with the St. Petersburg Police Department as an officer in 1975. As she progressed with the department, Ms. Worlds held various positions including a training officer, a burglary detective, a sergeant, a detective sergeant, and a lieutenant before becoming a major of the district commander patrol bureau from 1978 to 1990.
Moreover, Ms. Worlds excelled as the assistant to the chief of police for the St. Petersburg Police Department for two years, later retiring as the assistant chief of the Administrative Bureau in 2001. The highlight of Ms. Worlds’ career was her first recognition for the Ned March Award in 1980. It was significant because she was the first female to receive this award and her mother was there to share the moment with her. In addition to her primary endeavors, Ms. Worlds has contributed her wealth of knowledge to Expert Information Review in St. Petersburg, Florida, since 1987. In the past, she served as a member of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives for seven years. Now retired, she enjoys reading, bible study, gospel music, and exercising at the gym during her spare time.
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