To help the community learn more about the Cedar Falls Police Chief candidates and still protect residents from the spread of COVID-19, the City of Cedar Falls will be hosting a Meet and Greet broadcast with the candidates which will air on Cedar Falls Channel 15.
Cedar Falls Mayor Rob Green will be conducting the Meet and Greet which will include a public Q&A segment.
The broadcast will feature an introduction to each candidate and include background information regarding their qualifications. The public will have the opportunity to also view this information and provide questions to the candidates via an online submission form located at www.cedarfalls.com/CFPoliceChief. Residents will be able to submit questions starting May 18 – May 20 at 10:00 AM. Please note that not all questions may be asked during the broadcast.
The public will be able to view the Meet & Greet broadcast online via the Channel 15 YouTube channel at bit.ly/Ch15CF. They can also tune in to Channel 15 during these scheduled times:
Meet the Cedar Falls Police Chief Candidates
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Ferris State University (Grand Rapids, MI)
Police Officer, Flint Police Department in Flint MI: 2015-2016
Public Safety Sergeant, Kalamazoo Public Safety Department in Kalamazoo, MI: 2007-2018
Police Lieutenant, Port of Portland Police Department: Oregon 2018 to present
Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from the University of Northern Iowa (Cedar Falls, IA)
Police Officer, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain and currently the Assistant Director/Assistant Police Chief, Cedar Falls Public Safety: 1991-Present
Army/Army National Guard, Command Sergeant Major: 1986-2012
Police Executive Leadership Graduate Program, Southern Police Institute (Louisville, KY)
Master of Arts in Public Policy from the University of Northern Iowa (Cedar Falls, IA)
Police Officer, Lieutenant, and currently Public Safety Captain, Cedar Falls Public Safety: 2007-present
Police Officer, Waverly Police Department, 1997-2007
School of Police Staff and Command, Northwestern University Center for Public Safety (Evanston, IL)