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Posted: Monday, 18 August 2014 5:27PM

Serpas to join Loyola University faculty

Retiring NOPD Chief Ronal Serpas is going to take a job at Loyola University.
Loyola Provost and Vice President Marc Manganaro said in a statement, "Having such a well-respected law enforcement leader as a faculty member in the Department of Criminal Justice will serve our students well in offering a forward-thinking, hands-on education that connects the classroom to the many exciting careers in criminal justice."

READ MORE: Serpas out as NOPD chief

Serpas has taught courses in the past.
"He has served as an Assistant Professor, Extraordinary Faculty, of Criminal Justice at Loyola University New Orleans, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses from 1993 to 2001," according to an NOPD bio on the retiring chief.

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