In one week, Kristie Brian will retire from her full-time job at Longview Police Department to open an insurance office in Winnsboro.
She might still be seen in badge and uniform around Longview as a reserve officer, but she will no longer be the department’s spokeswoman.
After 16 years in law enforcement, as a patrol officer, police area representative and a public information officer for Longview Police Department, Brian is retiring Feb. 21.
She often has been the face of the department and the city during significant moments over the past decade, from homicides to officer-involved shootings.
She also has been of service outside the microphone or camera, serving as instructor for Longview Teen Court, the Women’s Safety or Explorer programs, along with on the Gregg County Adult Protective Services board, among others.
Brian has been a familiar face of security at a number of events held at Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center, Heritage Plaza or elsewhere in the city. She also was one of the original members of the East Texas Human Trafficking Team that formed under guidance from the Zonta Club and the city’s Partners in Prevention…
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