City Manager Outlines Police Chief Search Process, Residents Weigh In

WATERTOWN – City Manager George Proakis hosted a forum on Monday, July 24th to meet with residents to outline the process of selecting the next Chief of Police. Members of the community also had a chance to share what qualities they’d like in their next law enforcement leader.

Watch the full input forum from July 24, 2023



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