Thursday, August 29, 2013

Ansonia police chief to serve as association president

    ANSONIA - Police spokesman Lt. Andrew Cota said in a release Wednesday that Chief Kevin Hale will take over as President of the New England Association of Chiefs of Police.

     The swearing-in will be held Sept. 10 at the Association’s annual conference in Plymouth, Mass.

     The Association was founded in 1926 and incorporated in 1939, and has several missions, which include:
    ·     A continuing partnership with Roger Williams University to provide outstanding police training to officers of all rank;
    ·     Specialized training for chiefs and upper level police leaders concerning the most relevant and contemporary issues facing law enforcement agencies today;
    ·     Continuing to grow a large network of contacts and resources throughout New England and beyond.
    Hale will serve a one-year term and will succeed the current president, Chief Mark Leonard of the Veazie, Maine Police Department.
    Seymour Police Chief Michael Metzler will take over as the Association’s Sergeant-At-Arms, Cota said in the release.

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