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Millard Seeks Office of Mayor

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By Tammy Moore Teague
David Millard is seeking the office of Mayor for the City of Waldron. “I believe my background vouches for the fact that I am a proven leader,” stated Millard.
He began his career with the Waldron Police Department in March, 1992. In October of 2015, he was promoted to Chief of Police. One year later, he graduated the Arkansas Leader Program, hosted by the FBI and Criminal Justice Institute. 2008 was a calendar year for Millard as he was elected president of The Arkansas Municipal Police Association, appointed as Police Commissioner on The Law Enforcement Standards and Training Board, and lastly, sat on the Advisory Board of the Criminal Justice Institute.
“I was able to get the officers of Waldron Police Department some of the best training in the nation through the Criminal Justice Institute,” Millard added. Then, in 2009, the certified law enforcement instructor was given two awards from the Arkansas Prevention Network. “These awards were due to my work getting the First Social Host State Law passed in the nation.”
Millard retired from the Waldron PD in 2018. He continues to be involved with the Fire Department. “I’ve been a volunteer fireman for Waldron Fire Department for approximately 18 years. “I am secretary and treasurer and certified pyrotechnician in the fire department. I’m asking for your vote for Mayor of Waldron, Arkansas on November 6, 2018.”

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