Joe Simmons, who spent many years working for the Redding Police Department before retiring, passed away suddenly in his home yesterday. Up until his retirement, Joe Simmons worked for the department.
What Happened to Joe Simmons?
Joe Simmonâs passing was announced by Redding Police Department on their official FaceBook page, the statement reads,
We are sad to announce that retired Redding Police Officer Joe Simmons passed away yesterday. He was just 68 years old. Officer Simmons served the Redding Police Department from 1987 until he retired in 2010. During his career, he was a Field Training Officer, Investigator, and Motor Officer, the job he loved the most.
From Chief Bill Schueller: âJoe was my first field training officer when I was hired in 1994. Years later he was my motor instructor. Joe was an excellent police officer and trained many officers and motor officers throughout his career. Above all, he was a friend. He will be missed.â
Joe is survived by his wife Annie, his daughters Sara, Dakota, and his two grandsons. Services are pending.
Joe Simmons Cause of Death
It has not yet been revealed what caused Joe Simmonsâ death. No details on Joe Simmons cause of death are currently known.
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Joe Simmons Police Career
Officer Simmons began his career in law enforcement in 1987 when he joined the Redding Police Department. He worked there up until 2010 when he decided to leave the police service earlier than he had anticipated.
He held positions as a Field Training Officer, an Investigator, and a Motor Officer throughout his career; however, he found that the Motor Officer post was the one he enjoyed the most and decided to focus his efforts there.
Joe was the first field training officer I had the chance to work with after beginning my employment with the firm in 1994, according to Chief Bill Schueller.
This happened not long after I started working there. After a considerable period had gone by, he ended up being the one who taught me how to drive a car.
Joe made a name for himself as an outstanding officer throughout his whole tenure with the police force. In addition, he was responsible for overseeing the training of several officers and motor cops. He was also responsible for training a range of different investigators that worked under him.
The only surviving members of Joeâs family are his wife Annie, his daughters Sara and Dakota, and his two grandsons; they are the only ones who will live on when Joe passes away. Ngnews247.com