Chris Pigors – Bio
For more than twenty years I have worked in law enforcement in many capacities and for several metro Atlanta area departments. I began my law enforcement career as a correction officer with the Fulton County Sheriff’s Reserve. I quickly moved up the ranks to achieve the rank of lieutenant. Working the 1996 U. S. Olympic Games in Atlanta was a highlight of my career with the department.
I then moved into the police services and joined the Riverdale Police Department where I became a field trainer, investigator, and a master patrol officer, which entailed assisting the watch commander and mentoring junior officers. Wanting to move into supervision, I joined the Fairburn Police Department where I became a sergeant and shift commander becoming one of the first officers in the State of Georgia to be Crises Intervention Certified (CIT).
Seeing an opportunity to move into management, I accepted a position with the Clayton County Sheriff’s Department where I served as a captain and assistant division commander of the 5th largest sheriff’s office in the State of Georgia. I was responsible for the supervision of the Warrant Division deputies, elite Cobra Unit, and the Fugitive Unit.
Currently I am a major with the City of Grantville Police Department.