Franklin Police Officer celebrated for 25 years of service; Officer Nick Grandy retires at Christmas

Officer Nick Grandy began his career with the Franklin Police Department in 1996. He quickly fell in love with serving others after first signing on as a reserve officer in 1993.

In addition to his current assignment as an Evening Shift Patrol Officer, through the years Grandy has been instrumental as a Field Training Officer and member of the Department’s SWAT team. “God has blessed me with a great family to work with at the FPD, and a great community that loves and supports their police officers,” said Grandy. “It has been an honor and pleasure to work with the men and women of the FPD, and to protect and serve the City of Franklin.”

“His retirement creates a void in the FPD family,” said Chief Deborah Faulkner. “We will miss Officer Grandy, and his dedicated, professional service to the people of Franklin.”

Officer Grandy plans on spending his retirement years working on his small farm and spending more time with family. Nick’s contributions to the Franklin Police Department have been immeasurable, and he will be greatly missed by everyone who has had the pleasure of serving alongside him.

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7 thoughts on “Franklin Police Officer celebrated for 25 years of service; Officer Nick Grandy retires at Christmas

  1. Congratulations on a great career Nick! Best wishes in your retirement!! Take care!!

  2. Officer “Nick “, you have my thanks for your service and for being my friend for these past years. I enjoyed our conversations in the kitchen during supper. May God bless you as you embark on retirement, stay healthy, and enjoy your family and life on the farm.

    Margaret Martin

  3. So very proud to call this man my husband! I know this is bitter sweet for him and he will miss his FPD family greatly!

  4. Nick,
    We worked together years ago in the early years of your career. I left FPD in 2000 and continued my career with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, of which I am also looking to retire! I remember your determination to be a successful officer and it looks like you did just that. We all find our way to where we belong, as did I. Retirement takes a change in your state of mind, do so deliberately. Its key to your survival! Godspeed my old partner!

  5. Officer “Nick” is another wonderful example of the men and women of the Franklin Police Department who serve our community. We are very fortunate to have these members of law enforcement who go ‘above and beyond’ when called upon. Thanks, Officer ‘Nick’ for all that you have given through the years!

  6. Congratulations Nick! Thank you for the many years of service & commitment to our community & the FPD team. Best wishes for your retirement!

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