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McDonough, GA 30253
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Major Keith Going

Keith GoingMajor Keith Going began his career in 1997 with the Henry County Police Department. In 1998 he was transferred to the TAC Unit. The TAC Unit was an Anti- Crime Unit designed to respond to high probable crime areas, work Criminal Investigations/Narcotics Criminal Interdiction, and be an on duty entry team. In 1999, he transferred to the Narcotics Investigations Division as a Special Agent. During his tour as a Narcotic Agent, he investigated the possession and sales of illicit drugs, illegal gambling, and other crimes related to criminal enterprise. After the 9/11/2001 Terrorist Attacks, then Special Agent Going, was called to Active Duty with his United States Air Force Unit for a period of two years. He was initially activated under Operation Nobel Eagle in support of Homeland Defense, but later completed two Combat Tours in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Upon returning from Active Duty, he was transferred to the Special operations Division as a K-9 Handler. In this position he performed both Drug Interdiction and Detection, and Criminal Apprehension utilizing his K-9 partner. In 2004 he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant, where he served as a Shift Sergeant in the Uniform Patrol Division. In May of 2006, he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant, and served in Uniform Patrol, Special operations, and the Criminal investigations Divisions. Major Going was promoted to the rank of Captain in 2010, and was assigned to supervise the opening of the New Stockbridge Precinct and serve as the Precinct Commander. Then on June 25, 2012, Keith Going was assigned as Captain over the Internal Affairs Division, where he served as the Internal Affairs Division Commander. During his tenure, Major Going was also assigned to the SWAT Team, where he served as Operator, Counter Sniper, Team Leader, and ultimately Team Commander. Before joining the Henry County Police Department, Major Going worked for Georgia Tech Police Department in Atlanta, Georgia. Major Going retired from the United States Air Force Reserve in 2012, after 23 years of service and obtaining the rank of Senior Master Sergeant.

On August 10, 2013, Keith Going was promoted to the rank of Major over the Support Services Division, which includes; Training, Intelligence Unit, Grants, Records and Quartermaster.

Major Going is a 2009 graduate of the FBI National Academy Class 237.

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