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Posted by Randy on 2013/6/11 6:20:00 (576 reads) News by the same author

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After serving as chief of police for the city of Cameron for the past nine years, Corey Sloan has submitted his resignation from the position, effective June 24, 2013.

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Cameron City Manager Mark Gaugh confirmed that Sloan submitted his letter of resignation Monday.

When contacted by mycameronnews.com, Sloan indicated he did not want to comment on the reason for his resignation from the position.


Sloan began his career with the Cameron Police Department as a reserve officer in July 1991. He became a full-time officer in January 1993. He then left in March 1996 to work for the Missouri State Fire Marshal’s Office. He returned to the Cameron police department in June 2001. He was on the NITRO Task Force from October 2002 until April 2004, when he was hired as chief of police. Sloan also served as the emergency management director for the city.

Sloan, a 1988 graduate of Winston High School, received an associate of science degree in criminal justice from Missouri Western State University in May 1991. He then earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in fire administration and fire prevention technology from Western Illinois University in December 1999. He also holds a Master of Arts degree in sociology and criminal justice from Lincoln University, which was awarded in December 2011. He is currently working towards a Master of Science degree in fire and emergency management at Oklahoma State University.

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