Minton moving to FMT, Sayles takes over Sector 111

09/17/2014 5:35 PM by

As of this Saturday, Lt.Dan Minton will no longer be in charge of Sector 111, he will instead be taking over the investigative side of 1st Precinct. Lt.Jeremy Sayles will be taking the lead of Sector 111.

Sector 111 encompasses Church Hill, Chimborazo, Church Hill North, Fulton, Oakwood, and Union Hill.

Lt.Minton’s announcement from today:

It is with a heavy heart that I announce that I will no longer serve as the Sector 111 Lieutenant for the East End. Starting on the 20th, I will take over the Focus Mission Team (FMT) of 1st precinct. This encompasses the investigative side of the precinct to include the Bike Unit. This is fantastic opportunity to further serve the area and I am looking forward to the challenge.

It has been an amazing experience watching the transformation and revitalization that has occurred in the East End. I have no doubt that this positive movement will continue and that the partnership between the police department and the community will strengthen further.

I started my career in the East End as a patrolman and have always felt at home here. The people I have met have reinforced my faith in the spirit of a community to become empowered and make a difference. This sense of community has made me feel like a part of the East End family and has made the experience all the more enjoyable.

The good news is that the new Sector Lieutenant, Jeremy Sayles, is an academy mate of mine. With that said I know that it will be a smooth transition and that you are in capable hands. He brings a wealth of knowledge with him and a strong sense of pride in making the East End a better place to work, live, and play.

Yours in service,
Daniel Minton
“Lt Dan” Minton



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