Curry Todd: Former Memphis police officer
Curry Todd is a Republican member of the Tennessee House of Representatives. He was first elected to that body in 1998. Curry Todd has served in the 101st and 104th through 108th General Assemblies.
Curry Todd currently represents the ninety-fifth district in the State House of Representatives, which encompasses part of Shelby County. He has served in the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club and the East Shelby County Republican Club, as well as the Republican Women of Purpose, and the Shelby County Republican Women.
Curry Todd is a former Memphis police officer. In 1981 he was elected by Peace Officers Standard Training Commission (POST) to develop and implement police legislation with the Tennessee General Assembly. He worked on that plan through 1987. During that same time period, Curry Todd served as Chairman of the POST Commission, and as Legislative Liaison/Lobbyist for the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police.
Curry Todd has been a member of the Legislative Study Committees in the Tennessee General assembly in the area of corrections and criminal justice. He has been a member of the criminal Justice Committee, and was Chairperson of the subcommittee on the development of law enforcement legislation.
Curry Todd was born in Juno, Tennessee on the last day of 1947. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis, is a member of the National Rifle Association, the Tennessee Wing Civil Air Patrol, and the National Association of Sportsman Legislators. Curry Todd is also a member of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.