After a career spent protecting presidents and judges, Little Rock federal court security officer heads into retirement

Recently retired federal court security officer Terry Edwards looks through an album containing photos from his years in law enforcement with the Arkansas State Police, the U.S. Secret Service, and as a contract employee to the U.S. Marshals Service providing security at the Richard Sheppard Arnold United States Courthouse in Little Rock. Walker's retirement on Dec. 13, 2023 is his second retirement. In 2004, he retired from the U.S. Secret Service after 23 years that  culminated with Walker's work coordinating security for the opening of the Clinton Presidential Library. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Dale Ellis)
Recently retired federal court security officer Terry Edwards looks through an album containing photos from his years in law enforcement with the Arkansas State Police, the U.S. Secret Service, and as a contract employee to the U.S. Marshals Service providing security at the Richard Sheppard Arnold United States Courthouse in Little Rock. Walker's retirement on Dec. 13, 2023 is his second retirement. In 2004, he retired from the U.S. Secret Service after 23 years that culminated with Walker's work coordinating security for the opening of the Clinton Presidential Library. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Dale Ellis)

On Dec. 13, longtime federal court security officer Terry Edwards closed out nearly four-and-a-half decades in law enforcement that included 23 years with the U.S.

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