Two Hagerstown City Police officers have been promoted and another officer is expected to be promoted this week.
Capt. Robert Hart, interim police chief, said he promoted Robert Frick from lieutenant to captain and Officer Curtis Wood to sergeant last Wednesday.
A city police sergeant is expected to be promoted to lieutenant.
Frick will replace Hart as support services commander.
"I have a lot of confidence in his ability. He will continue to make the department go forward," Hart said.
Frick, 61, a 27-year veteran of the Police Department, has been a lieutenant since 1981.
He has worked for the criminal investigation division and most recently headed internal affairs.
Units under support services command include communications, central dispatch, central records, professional standards, training and building maintenance.
Support services also assists the patrol and criminal investigations divisions.
Frick has a bachelor's degree and a master's of business administration, Hart said.