Public information officer for Warner Robins police resigns

bpurser@macon.comJune 16, 2014 

WARNER ROBINS -- Tabitha Clark, the public information officer for Warner Robins police, has resigned to “pursue another professional opportunity.”

Friday was Clark’s last day.

“It has been an incredible six years that has made me grow both personally and professionally,” Clark said in an e-mail.

She also said area news media will be notified when a new public information officer is hired.

As the agency’s first public information officer. Clark was responsible for news releases, and she created the agency’s Facebook page. She was known for inviting the public to ride along with an officer on social media. She would tweet what she and the officer encountered.

Clark also handled recruitment for Warner Robins police, along with training division Officer Kirk Lowry.

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