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extensive law enforcement career
Clarence Cox, Chief Investigator for the Fulton County Solicitor General’s Office, has leadership experience you can count on.
As a past National President of the National Organization of the Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), and leader of Convoy of Care, Cox understands what importance of operation transparency and community-oriented policing practices.
Cox joined the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office in 1982, making him the third African American ever hired by the agency and one of the original members of the Georgia Homeland Security Task Force, currently known as the Georgia Information Sharing and Analysis Center (GISAC). This prepared him to lead a several Multi-Agency Drug Enforcement Task Forces as a Special Agent in charge.
In addition to his experience in law and drug enforcement, he also created the Police Department for Clayton County Public Schools and served as the first Chief of Police for this large school district. He also has held positions with Morehouse College Campus Police as Deputy Chief.