Raphael I. Hall
Lietenant Raphael I. Hall was promoted to the Rank of Lieutenant in 2006. He began his Law Enforcement career as a Deputy Sheriff for the Chatham County Sheriff's Department in 1994. While at the Sheriff's Department, he was assigned to work for the Chatham-Savannah Counter Narcotics Team (CNT). After working for the Chatham County Sherriff's Department, he then went to work for the City of Savannah, as a Savannah Police Officer. While working for the Savannah Police Department, he was reassigned to Chatham-Savannah Counter Narcotics Team (CNT). While working for both departments, he has worked alongside other law enforcement agencies, such as the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the Georgia Bureau Investigations (GBI).
Lieutenant Hall grew up in Savannah, and attended Sol. C. Johnson High School. After attending high school, he served twelve years in the Georgia Army National Guards. While a member of the aforementioned organizations, he studied at St. Leo University and Armstrong Atlantic State University where he majored in Criminal Justice.
Lieutenant Hall is currently the Commander of the Patrol Division, as well as the Communications Division. As the Commander of the aforementioned divisions, he is responsible for developing, evaluating, and implementing the division's goals, objectives, policies and procedures. He is also responsible for the majority of day-to-day operations of the department.