Officer Mason Wiley was recently promoted to Assistant Chief of Many Police Department.
Mason Wiley is an experienced law enforcement professional. He knows how important it is to protect and serve the people of his community while being fair and compassionate enforcing the laws of the State of Louisiana and the Town of Many.
Mason is a Louisiana native born in Rapides Parish who is driven to pursue law enforcement from his passion for helping people during life-altering times, and a keen interest in protecting the citizens of Many. He’s been working in a law enforcement capacity at the federal level for twenty years while employed with the Transportation Security Administration. He was also a Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Department Reserve Deputy for three years.
After retirement from the federal government, Mason and his wife decided to move to Many to be closer to their children and grandchildren, while he continued to pursue his passion in law enforcement. Before working for the federal government, Mason served in the U.S. Army. When 9/11 occurred, Mason wanted to serve his country again and began working for the Transportation Security Administration.
During his tenure with the Transportation Security Administration, Mason served as the Environment Management Coordinator, being responsible for hazardous material at seven federalized airports and helped establish a Security Operation Center in Arkansas. Mason then had an opportunity to come back to Louisiana. While in Louisiana, Mason was Transportation Security Manager, responsible for all security operations for four Louisiana airports and 300 Transportation Security Officers.
Being from a rural town Mason loves the culture of Many. His experience with both the military and the federal government are a valuable asset to the department and the community.
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