Community members to weigh in on next TPD Chief during interview process
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - The City of Toledo has scheduled interview dates for the ten finalists vying to become the city’s next Chief of Police. A city spokesperson said there will be a group of community members invited to provide feedback.
A panel of interviewers including Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz, the Deputy Mayors, the city’s Safety Director, and the interim director of HR will ask the 10 candidates questions in half-hour increments on March 2 and 3. A group of community members will be invited to watch the interview process and give feedback and comments afterward. 13abc has asked the city to provide a list of the community members invited to sit in on the interviews.
Mike Troendle is serving as Interim Police Chief following former Police Chief George Kral’s retirement in January. Tronedle is among the ten finalists.
- Previous Coverage:
- Ten TPD chief candidates as city aims to hire replacement in March
- City of Toledo releases Police Chief applicants
- New Interim Toledo Police chief lays out plans for the department
- Toledo Police Chief George Kral retires
- City of Toledo opens Chief of Police community survey
- Toledo City Council approves $50,000 to find new police chief
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