Stanley McFadden officially sworn into as Stockton Police Chief

REDUCE CRIME. YOU CAN SEE ALL OF OUR REPORTS ON KCRA.COM. TY: THE CITY OF STOCKTON OFFICIALLY HAS A NEW POLICE CHIEF. STANLEY MCFADDEN TOOK THE OATH OF OFFICE AND RECEIVED HIS BGEAD TODAY. HE IS STOCKTON’S FIRST AFRINCA AMERICAN POLICE CHIEF. MCFADDEN SPENT ALMOST 30 YEARS WITH THE SAN JOSE POLICE DEPARTMENT. BUT HE’S LIVED IN SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY FOR 20 YE

Stanley McFadden officially sworn into as Stockton Police Chief

Updated: 10:57 AM PDT Jun 3, 2022

The city of Stockton has a new police chief. On Thursday, Stanley McFadden took the oath of office and received his badge. McFadden is Stockton’s first African American police chief. He spent almost 30 years with the San Jose Police Department, although he’s lived in San Joaquin County for 20 years.McFadden was appointed as police chief following a nationwide search that involved community and police departments surveys, interviews with nearly 40 community leaders and a group of four finalists. He said during the hiring process that his goal for the job would be “to bring transformative change, create a safe environment for all residents, and establish trust between those who serve the city and those who are the city.”

The city of Stockton has a new police chief. On Thursday, Stanley McFadden took the oath of office and received his badge.

McFadden is Stockton’s first African American police chief.

He spent almost 30 years with the San Jose Police Department, although he’s lived in San Joaquin County for 20 years.

McFadden was appointed as police chief following a nationwide search that involved community and police departments surveys, interviews with nearly 40 community leaders and a group of four finalists.

He said during the hiring process that his goal for the job would be “to bring transformative change, create a safe environment for all residents, and establish trust between those who serve the city and those who are the city.”

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