Former Sedgwick County Sheriff Appointed Interim WSU Police Chief
Wichita State University has appointed a law enforcement veteran to serve as its interim police chief.
Robert Hinshaw will begin the job on Monday. His 33-year career in law enforcement includes four years as Sedgwick County Sheriff.
Hinshaw will lead the 47-person university police department during a search for a permanent chief.
The current police chief, Sara Morris, is retiring.
Hinshaw is an Administration of Justice graduate of Wichita State and holds a masters in Business Law from Friends University. He is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy.
He's been active in the community, serving Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Quivira Council Executive Board for local Boy Scouts, Crime Stoppers Board and as a member of the Wichita Crime Commission.
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