Paul Register, Auburn Chief of Police, Spoke About Policing in Auburn


At the January 17th meeting of the Auburn Lions Club, Paul Register (center), Auburn Chief of Police, spoke about policing in Auburn. Citing the expansion of duties in serving Auburn University since 2004, he expressed appreciation for Auburn University’s cooperation in providing facilities and the city’s cooperation in providing a good pay scale which enables the city to hire well qualified applicants (frequently college graduates). He cited the constant need for training to meet new challenges. He also cited the need for public awareness and mentioned the Bridges Program as an aid to this. He cited customer service as a model for police activity, and discussed game day security at Auburn football games. Pictured also are  Club  Member Gill Gay (left) and Club President Keith Ryland (right).