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City of Knoxville, Tennessee
Madeline Rogero, Mayor

For Immediate Release
Mayor Haslam announces police chief selection process

Police Chief Selection Advisory Committee

Police Chief Keith to retire
Police Chief Search Timeline

June 1, 2004 - News conference to announce process; first meeting of advisory committee

June 8 - Committee advises Mayor of important qualifications for next Police Chief; Job posted and advertised in major law enforcement publications and web sites

June 21-July 7 - Community meetings to gather input from citizens

July 8 - Deadline for applications

July 9-16 - Committee reviews applications, identifies strengths and weaknesses of candidates

July 19-23 - Advisory committee gives final comments to the Mayor, who will review their work

The goal is select a Police Chief no later than August 1, although the Mayor may move the date if he believes the process needs more time to get the best candidate.

Resumes and nominations can be sent to Office of the Mayor. Rabbi, Temple Beth El
For Immediate Release
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