Clark County (Nev.) district police chief quits

July 27, 2007
Hector Garcia says he wants to complete his doctorate.

Hector Garcia has resigned as chief of the Clark County (Nev.) School District Police Department in order to complete his doctoral degree. He has led the department in the nation's fifth-largest district since February 2005. Before coming to Nevada, Garcia had worked for the Sarasota County and Palm Beach County school districts in Florida.
To read the district's announcement, click here.

RELATED: Earlier this year, school district officials removed Garcia from involvement in labor talks between school police and district personnel after he was accused of deriding a federal mediator. To read The Las Vegas Review-Journal article, click here.

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