Alabama Secretary of Law Enforcement Makes New Appointments

MONTGOMERY – Secretary of Law Enforcement Stan Stabler announced today, Dec. 2, Deputy Chief Susanna Capps and Robyn Bradley Bryan have joined the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) Office of the Secretary.
“Although they both have been part of this agency for a number of years, I would like to welcome Deputy Chief Capps, whose new role will be to lead the agency’s Office of Special Investigations, and Mrs. Bryan, who will serve as ALEA’s Chief Public Information Officer,” Secretary Stabler said.
Deputy Chief Capps previously served as Highway Patrol Division’s Deputy Chief for south Alabama. A seasoned Alabama State Trooper for 20 years, she now is leading what in the past was the Office of Integrity, which now is combined with ALEA’s Cold Case Unit.
Before joining ALEA’s Public Information/Education Unit more than six years ago, Mrs. Bryan was a journalist for more than 20 years. As Chief PIO, she is working closely with the agency’s command staff, as well as the Governmental Relations team.
Secretary Stabler said, “With their experience and dedication to serving the people of Alabama, they both will be assets to our operation.”

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