Tuesday, August 25, 2015
NEWS RELEASE City of Lauderhill Welcomes Lauderhill PD Veteran Constance Stanley as Acting Police Chief
The City of Lauderhill would like to congratulate Constance Stanley as Lauderhill’s new Acting Police Chief. Chief Stanley has been in law enforcement for over 24 years, serving 21 of those years right here in the City of Lauderhill.
Having come up through the ranks in Lauderhill, Stanley has served in the Patrol Division, Criminal Investigations Division, the Professional Standards Unit, Traffic Division, Victim Services Unit, Crisis Intervention Unit, Crime Prevention Unit, Canine Unit, and has been the Public Information Officer for the department. Her most recent promotion was to Major in February 2013. Her impressive resume includes an Associate’s and Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice as well as a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the Southern Police Institute’s Command Officer’s Development Course, and the Senior Management Institute at the Kennedy School of Government. Stanley is very active in several Professional Organizations to include the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Officers, the Police Executive Research Forum, the American Society of Public Administrators, and the National Forum for Black Public Administrators.
Chief Stanley is also a proud Mother of one, and as she will tell you an even prouder Grandmother of two.
The City of Lauderhill would also like to wish outgoing Police Chief Andrew Smalling best wishes on his new endeavors after four years of serving the City of Lauderhill. Smalling will remain with the City of Lauderhill as a consultant in order to assist Chief Stanley’s transition in her new role. The City of Lauderhill wishes Chief Smalling and his family much success as they begin the next chapter of their lives.