JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol has a new leader.
Mississippi Public Safety Commissioner Sean Tindell announced Wednesday Lt. Col. Randy Ginn is taking over the state’s primary law enforcement agency’s role of colonel.
Ginn replaces Col. Chris Gillard, who retired last month after a 26-year career with the Department of Public Safety.
Ginn has served the past four years as deputy director and chief of the MHP’s Uniform Division.