Interview with William

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Interviewer

Daniel Hancock

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Summary of Interview

Interview conducted by Daniel Hancock at the home of Bill Cline in Waleska, Georgia, on August 21, 2016. Bill started his law enforcement career with the Game and Fish Commission as a Conservation Ranger in the early 1950s. He primarily served in Cherokee County and has conducted multiple details for Jimmy Carter. In this interview, Bill discusses his experiences as a DNR Captain and his relationships with local sheriffs.

Location of Interview

Georgia

Digital Publication Date

2-4-2019

Date of Interview

4-29-2016

Length of Interview

90 min.

Disciplines

Law Enforcement and Corrections

Document Type

Video

Source

Peace Officers Association of Georgia

Interview with William

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