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El Paso Begins Recruiting for New Police Chief

Community Invited to Provide Feedback Via Online Bilingual Survey to Identify What Qualities Make Someone the Ideal Candidate

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The city is preparing to open a national search, which will include the opportunity for local leadership to apply. Image for illustration purposes
The city is preparing to open a national search, which will include the opportunity for local leadership to apply. Image for illustration purposes

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El Paso, Texas—The City of El Paso has begun the selection process for the Police Chief position. The city is preparing to open a national search, which will include the opportunity for local leadership to apply.

In preparation for the search, the city has hired a national recruitment firm, SGR (Strategic Government Resources), which has begun meeting with Council members and key stakeholders including law enforcement associations/agencies and community leaders to get a strong foundation on the type of candidates the City should be looking for before hiring the permanent Police Chief.

The public is invited to provide their feedback on what are the key characteristics needed to be named El Paso’s Police Chief. Below are the links for the online survey:

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“The city should be justifiably proud of the Police Department’s current leadership, which mirrors the city’s continuous improvement philosophy. It is this philosophy that has guided our investment in our uniformed and civilian workforce. It is why the department has an exceptional and dynamic pipeline of local and talented leaders who know and love our community,” said Deputy City Manager Mario D’Agostino. “We also understand that the position of the El Paso Police Chief is one of extraordinary importance to our community and why the city has opted to conduct a comprehensive national search to ensure we leave no stone unturned when selecting the best candidate.”

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