San Jose: Media Advisory: Live Forum Introduces the City’s Police Chief Candidates to the San José Community
The Californer/10120079

Trending...
Carolina Camarena, Director of Communications, City Manager's Office
408-535-7777; Carolina.Camarena@sanjoseca.gov

Details:
What:Police Chief Candidate Community Forum

When:Saturday, February 13 at 10 a.m.

Where:Virtual Forum

City YouTube Channel
Who:
  • Jeremy Bowers, Chief of Police, Piedmont, CA
  • Justin Doll, Chief of Police, Anchorage, AK
  • Anthony Mata, Deputy Chief of Police, San José, CA
  • Heather Randol, Deputy Chief of Police, San José, CA
  • Larry Scirotto, Retired Assistant Chief, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Jason Ta, Police Captain, San José, CA
  • David Tindall, Acting Chief of Police, San José, CA

Candidate backgrounds and recruitment process information can be found in the following memos:

More on The Californer
Chief Of Police Recruitment Process Update – Additional Finalists

Chief Of Police Recruitment Process Update – Finalists Information Memo
Background:The City of San José is in the process of recruiting for a new Chief of Police following the retirement of Chief Eddie Garcia after 29 years of service to our community.

Community engagement and involvement has been a critical component of the process. The Candidate Forum is an opportunity for our community to be involved in the hiring process and get to know the candidates. During this live virtual session, the candidates will answer questions posed by San Joseans and San José Police Department personnel.

Candidates will make brief opening remarks and will then be asked a series of questions. The responses will be incorporated into their evaluation and used to inform the hiring decision.

More on The Californer
The Forum will be followed by six Community Interview Panels over two days. These panels will include members of community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, neighborhood associations, racial equity/civil rights organizations, San José Police Department employees, the San José Police Officers Association, and partner law enforcement agencies. After the community interview panels, the candidate field will be narrowed for the final interview process. Information on the recruitment process, can be found in the Police Chief Recruitment Process Update Information Memo.

stats

Filed Under: Government, City

Show All News | Report Violation

0 Comments

Latest on The Californer