Published: Feb 10, 2010
SCAD graphic design student Michael Shirey created the design used in the new public awareness campaign.
SAVANNAH, Ga.—The Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department launched its new public awareness campaign on Wednesday, Feb. 10, with the unveiling of a design created by SCAD graphic design student Michael Shirey.
Shirey joined Police Chief Willie C. Lovett, Crimestoppers Director Demery Bishop and SCAD Graphic Design Professor Jason Fox, among others, at a press conference to unveil the new campaign, "If you see anything suspicious at all, make the call," encouraging the public to report anything suspicious.
The SCMPD worked in conjunction with SCAD to develop the logo. "Professor Fox held a competition in his Production Design class and we were presented with an array of amazing logos," said Public Information Officer Gena Moore. "We were thrilled to be part of this fantastic process."