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FWPD announces new officers in appointed positions
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Chief Neil Noakes made the announcement to the City Council at a recent work session.


Police Chief Neil Noakes announced several appointed positions recently:

  • Corporal J. D. Johnson, public information officer.
  • Sgt. Amelia Heise, chief of staff.
  • Commander Andre Smith, South Division.
  • Commander Christopher Daniels, Central Division.
  • Commander Jason Kim, Northwest Division.
  • Deputy Chief David Carabajal, Tactical Command.
  • Deputy Chief Roy Hudson, Community Program Command.
  • Assistant Chief Robert Alldredge, executive assistant chief.


Photo: Top row: Andre Smith, Christopher Daniels, David Carbajal; Bottom row: Jason Kim, Robert Alldredge, Roy Hudson.

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