Title: Retired Commander
Company: Jackson Police Department
Location: Terry, Mississippi, United States
Keith Alan Freeman, Retired Commander at the Jackson Police Department, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in law enforcement.
From 1991 until 2020, Mr. Freeman demonstrated consistent success at the Jackson Police Department. Beginning his career as a lieutenant, he quickly proved his talents and was promoted to commander. Following his retirement, he took on the role of a reserve deputy at the County Sheriff’s Department, as he truly loves his work and could not fully step away. Reflecting on his success, Mr. Freeman credits the grace of God and his supportive family.
As a child, Mr. Freeman decided he wanted to become a member of the police department after playing the game “Cops and Robbers” with his friends. He always had more fun playing the role of a cop, which primarily inspired him to pursue law enforcement. Throughout his career, he learned the importance of being professional at all times, as well as exactly how to work with the members of his community to help them. The most rewarding part of Mr. Freeman’s work was seeing the officers with whom he worked grow and become successful.
Backed by an Associate of Arts from Hinds Community College he earned in 1981, Mr. Freeman hopes to continue working for as long as he can, alongside investing in his retirement. As long as he is able-bodied, he does not see himself fully retiring. In his spare time, Mr. Freeman enjoys spending time with his family and swimming in the pool. He cherishes every minute he is able to see his wife, two children, and one grandchild. Outside of his primary endeavors, he enjoys volunteering at his local church.
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