Office of the Chief
Chief Tommy Keheley comes to the City with over 50 years of experience in law enforcement and 25 years of experience in the military. Chief Keheley began his service in Holly Springs in 2016 as the Deputy Chief, and since 2021, has served as Chief. Prior to joining HSPD, he worked as an investigator with the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Council for eleven years investigating officer misconduct allegations throughout the state, conducting both administrative and criminal investigations.
From 1970 until 2003, Keheley served with the Cobb County Police Department where he was an operations officer, precinct commander, intelligence unit commander, special operations commander, watch commander and narcotics unit commander. He also served on the Cobb County Dive Team. Chief Keheley retired from Cobb County as the Deputy Chief of the Uniform Bureau where he was responsible for five precincts and the special operations unit, which was comprised of over 575 officers.
Throughout his professional career, Chief Keheley has served our nation as both active and active reserve in the United States Coast Guard, Georgia Air National Guard, and the Naval Reserve. He retired in November 1999 as the Command Chief for the NAS JAX Det 0167.
In addition to his extensive job experience, Keheley has received formal education from the FBI National Academy, accredited through the University of Virginia, the United States Secret Service Dignitary Protection School, Cobray International Counter Terrorism School, and is a Dive Rescue Specialist through the International Association of Dive Rescue Specialists. He has received over 3,000 hours of POST certified training. He was the 2020 recipient of the City of Holly Springs’ Bob Fuller Leadership Award.
Deputy Chief Greg Clyburn
Deputy Chief Clyburn directs the daily operations of the department, including the Uniform Patrol, Criminal Investigations, and Administrative Divisions. He joined the Holly Springs Police Department in 2006 and has served in many leadership roles including Uniform Patrol Commander, Criminal Investigations Commander, and Administrative Services Commander. He is a graduate of Northwestern University Center for Public Safety’s School of Police Staff and Command, Columbus State University Professional Management Program (PMP), as well as the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police Chief Executive Training Class.
Deputy Chief Clyburn began his law enforcement career in 1988 with the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office. After his time with the Sheriff's Office, he worked for Walmart, Inc. as Regional Director of Loss Prevention.