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There’s a new top cop on campus: Rhonda L. Harris is set to take charge as the new assistant vice president for public safety and chief of police at Florida State University.

Harris comes with a 37-year career in law enforcement including her tenure as chief of police at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia since 2012.

Now, Harris prepares to fill the position in May as the second woman in FSU’s history as chief of police. Harris will replace Terri Brown, who retired in August after 30 years on the force at FSU.

“I’m honored to have the opportunity to lead this department,” Harris said earlier this month in an FSU press release. “I’m looking forward to meeting the FSU community and working together to help ensure we maintain a safe campus environment.”



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