There’s a new lawman in town to keep the peace. OK, it’s not that dramatic. Pensacola State College isn’t a town, after all. But it is a community. And it’s a pretty peaceful community as it is. So new PSC Chief of Police Robert Goley wasn’t hired so much to police the students, faculty and staff as he was to protect the PSC family. After all, he’s been part of the family since he came to then-Pensacola Junior College as a teenager just after graduating from Pensacola Catholic High School in 1980. “He has a polish to him," said Tom Gilliam, PSC Vice President of Administrative Services and General Counsel. “He’s very laid back and down-to-earth, but at the same time he has that polish. He’s a great fit for Pensacola State College.”
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