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January 24, 2018
The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen STRIVE TO BE BETTER: Hot Springs Assistant Police Chief Chris Chapmond addresses a capacity crowd at the 28th annual Garland County Leadership Prayer Breakfast Tuesday morning in Horner Hall at the Hot Springs Convention Center. Chapmond spoke about his turbulent childhood, his military service, his decision to join the police department and his philosophy of always striving to be better every day.

The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen STRIVE TO BE BETTER: Hot Springs Assistant Police Chief Chris Chapmond addresses a capacity crowd at the 28th annual Garland County Leadership Prayer Breakfast Tuesday morning in Horner Hall at the Hot Springs Convention Center. Chapmond spoke about his turbulent childhood, his military service, his decision to join the police department and his philosophy of always striving to be better every day.

Rough childhood leads to life of service to community

By Steven Mross
This article was published October 4, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

Hot Springs Assistant Police Chief Chris Chapmond, a 20-year veteran of the department, survived a difficult childhood but refused to be "a product of my environment," he told a capacity crowd gathered Tuesday for the 28th annual Garland County Leadership Prayer Breakfast.

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