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Posted on: November 22, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Granbury Police Department Welcomes New Police Officer

Aaron Arrington Swearing In by Judge

A new officer is about to hit the road with the Granbury Police Department. At a swearing-in ceremony on November 21, Adam Arrington was formally welcomed to the force.

Officer Arrington graduated from the 29-week course at the Tarrant County College Police Training Academy on November 20, and he can assume the responsibilities as a police officer for the City of Granbury. He will also complete an in-house academy with the Granbury Police Department, as well as 18 weeks of field training.

Officer Arrington, 45, has two daughters and one son. He is also a grandfather to two children. Officer Arrington loves outdoor activities such as hunting and backpacking. He is a member of Crossfit Granbury and loves to workout. Officer Arrington is excited by the opportunity to serve and looks forward to meeting the people of our local community. 

If you are interested in becoming a police officer with the Granbury Police Department, visit or contact the Granbury Police Department for more information at (817) 573-2648.

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