Thomas Kuzniacki Named Interim Police Chief

Thomas Kuzniacki Named Interim Police Chief
Posted on 04/06/2021
“Kuz” Returns to City of College Park as Interim Chief

Kuz Returns
City of College Park Appoints Thomas Kuzniacki as Interim Police Chief

“Kuz” returns to City of College Park as interim chief

ATLANTA (Tuesday, April 6, 2021) - The City of College Park, Ga., has announced that Thomas 
Kuzniacki, “Kuz,” has returned to his line of duty within the City’s police department and will serve as interim police chief. Kuz was a 25-year department veteran with the City of College Park, serving as assistant police chief, before retiring in 2011.

“I hope the City of College Park citizens will join me in welcoming back Chief Kuzniacki as he continues 
working to advance the vision of the College Park Police Department: to serve as a model for policing in America by adopting and perfecting the principles of 21st century policing,” said Mercedes Miller, Interim City Manager. 

Kuzniacki’s extensive experience and knowledge of the department and City itself makes his return a natural choice for College Park leadership.

“We are pleased to welcome back Chief Kuzniacki and are certain his 25 years of experience in the 
department have prepared him for this role and responsibility. We are confident he will lead us in carrying out our ultimate goal: keeping our residents and visitors safe while they enjoy all the City of College Park has to offer,” said Mayor Bianca Motley Broom, City of College Park. 

He takes over the role from former chief Ferman Williford, who retired after 35 years with the department. City officials will conduct a national search soon. For more information about the City of College Park, visit

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