The Legacy of Larry Godwin 

Outgoing Memphis Police Director reshaped the department, lowered crime.

No more white shirts for police department administrators and senior officers: That was one of Memphis police director Larry Godwin's first policy changes in September 2004, a month after the former deputy chief was appointed to the top cop job by then-Mayor…

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