Government, Oregon, Police

Governor Brown appoints Terri Davie as Oregon State Police superintendent

Terri Davie. Photo: OSP

Beginning November 1, the Oregon State Police will have a new superintendent, Terri Davie, pending Oregon Senate confirmation.

The move was announced Monday, August 31 by Governor Kate Brown, who appointed Davie to replace retiring OSP superintendent Travis Hampton, who officially submitted his letter of resignation today, which will be effective November 1. 

In a press release noting Hampton’s retirement, Brown praised Hampton, who is 49, for 30 years of service with the Oregon State Police. 

According to the Oregonian, Hampton started with the OSP in 1990 as a cadet and worked his way up from there before being appointed as superintendent by Brown four years ago.  

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Brown said that Hampton had informed her of his plans to retire earlier in 2020. 

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