Jones told ABQ Free Press that he had accomplished what he needed to do in his three years as the academy's training director.
BY DENNIS DOMRZALSKI
Jack Jones, director of the New Mexico law Enforcement Training Academy, will step down from the job at the end of the year.
Jones, who joined the academy as deputy director in January 2013, submitted his resignation earlier this month, said Greg Fouratt, secretary of the New Mexico Department of Public Safety. Jones didn’t give a reason for leaving, Fouratt said.
Jones told ABQ Free Press that he had accomplished what he needed to do in his three years as the academy’s training director and that it was time to move on. Jones is a retired U.S. Army colonel and spent more than 30 years in the military. He was named academy director in June 2014.
Fouratt said DPS will advertise the job and hopes to have a new director on board by the end of February.
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