Georgia State Trooper Tracy H. English promoted to Sergeant First Class at Post 46 Monroe
MONROE - On Aug. 1, 2014, Tracy H. English, a lifelong resident of Greene County was promoted to Sergeant First Class and appointed as Post Commander of Post 46 in Monroe. Post 46 Monroe is responsible for enforcement of traffic laws, accident investigation and assisting local law enforcement in the counties of Rockdale, Newton and Walton.
English has served the Georgia State Patrol for 20 years while assigned to the jurisdictions of metro Atlanta, Milledgeville, Madison, Grovetown and Washington. He has also served on the United States Marshal’s fugitive task force in Macon as a Special Deputy United States Marshal while detached from the State Patrol. English began his law enforcement career with the Greene County Sheriff’s office under the supervision of Sheriffs James Finch and Ricky Brown. He also served as a patrol officer for the Union Point Police Department.
English is a 1987 graduate of Nathanael Greene Academy and a 1991 graduate of North Georgia College where he received a Bachelor of Science degree with a major of criminal justice. He also attended North Georgia College as a recipient of a Georgia Military Scholarship and was enrolled in the Corps of Cadets, ROTC, where he held numerous leadership positions. Upon graduation, English was commissioned as an infantry officer in the United States Army and also served as an officer in the Georgia Army National Guard.