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Posted on: March 6, 2018

[ARCHIVED] City Appoints new Chief of Police

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The Pleasant Hill City Manager has appointed Bryan Hill as Chief of Police of the Pleasant Hill Police Department. Chief Hill assumes the position after being with the department since July 2015 and serving as Interim Police Chief for the past three months.

“I am delighted in making the announcement that Bryan Hill will take over as our new Chief of Police,” stated City Manager, June Catalano. “Since coming to the City, Bryan has demonstrated exemplary and effective leadership as Police Captain and as Interim Police Chief. He is an excellent communicator, and is highly respected by the City staff and elected officials, and by the community.”

“Bryan is committed to a robust community policing program to enhance public safety for residents and businesses in Pleasant Hill,” added Ms. Catalano.   

Chief Bryan Hill assumes the position with a complement of 42 sworn Police Officers, including six Sergeants and two Lieutenants, and 15 civilian personnel.

Chief Hill will focus on providing the highest level public safety and ensuring an outstanding quality of life that allows residents and visitors to feel safe in our community. He will focus on maintaining and building community partnerships, utilizing best law enforcement practices, and employing the latest in innovations, technology and strategic approaches to provide the community with a law enforcement service that is exceptional.

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