Collierville Police Detective Glen Pace was promoted to Lieutenant in a promotion ceremony held at the Collierville Police Training Room on September 12, 2013. Glen began his career in law enforcement with the Moscow, TN. Police Department in April of 1997 as a reserve officer. He was hired as a full time officer in September of 1997 and started attending the State Law Enforcement Academy. In 1999. Glen began working for the Fayette County Sherriff’s Department as a Deputy where he served until January of 2004 when he joined the Collierville Police Department (CPD). In 2006, Glen became a member of the CPD traffic unit where he served as a traffic crash investigator. After attending over 240 hours of training, Glen was certified as a traffic crash reconstructionist. During his tenure as a traffic investigator Glen refined his skills as an investigator. In March of 2011, Glen was promoted to Detective where he continued to excel in the area of general investigations while also representing CPD at the regional organized crime information center. In August of 2013, Glen participated in a rigorous promotional assessment for the position of Lieutenant. The assessment involved written, oral and practical tests on State and local laws, effective police supervision, criminal investigation, case law, community policing and Town policies. “Promotions are about recognizing excellence in job performance. Glen has worked hard and done all the rights things to position himself for this opportunity. I look forward to more outstanding results from Glen’s hard work and dedication.” said Collierville Police Chief Larry Goodwin.