sábado, junio 22

Finalists named in police chief search for City of Yuma Police Department; Chief Smith to retire in January 2023

YUMA, Arizona. – The City of Yuma has selected three finalists in the search to replace Yuma Police Chief Susan Smith, who is retiring in January.
A meet-and-greet session with the candidates will take place at 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7 in the Community Room of the Yuma Police Department, 1500 S. 1st Ave. It will be open to the public and will last approximately one hour.
The finalists are, in alphabetical order by last name:
Thomas Garrity, Commander, Prince William County Virginia Police Department.
Richard Jessup, Chief of Police, City of San Luis Police Department.
Philip Smith, Chief of Police, City of Roswell, N.M. Police Department.
The City conducted a nationwide search for Smith’s replacement. Candidates will participate in an extensive, all-day interview process in addition to participating in the meet-and-greet session.
The candidates are seeking to replace Smith, who announced her plans to retire in late January 2023. Smith has served with YPD for 30 years and has been YPD chief since 2019.