SLED nominee confirmed

By: Tom Campbell Email
By: Tom Campbell Email

February 14, 2008
Columbia, SC--

The South Carolina Senate has confirmed Reggie Lloyd as the new Chief
of the State Law Enforcement Division (SLED).

Lloyd says he wants to coordinate more with local and state law enforcement officers across the state. He's expected to start his new job next month.

Governor Mark Sanford nominated the 40-year old Lloyd in January to replace retired SLED Chief Robert Stewart.

Lloyd formerly was a state Circuit Court Judge and presently serves as
U.S. Attorney for South Carolina.

He was born in Camden, South Carolina on February 16, 1967. He graduated from Winthrop University in 1989. During his final year at the
University of South Carolina Law School, he received the "Compleat Lawyer Award."

Mr. Lloyd and his wife, Melissa, have one child.


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