The finalists being considered for Clovis police chief are a former Dona Ana County sheriff, the current interim chief and a decorated police commander with a background in emergency medical services.
City Manager Joe Thomas said last week he will conduct a final round of interviews with the remaining three candidates for Clovis’ police chief.
Interim Police Chief Mike Ingram and Steve Sanders from Northglenn, Colo., were scheduled Monday for interviews. An interview with Jan Cary from Titusville, Fla., is planned for Friday, Thomas said.
Selection of a candidate could happen as early as Friday, though it will more likely be next week, Thomas said previously.
• Bachelor’s degree in theology and 24 years in law enforcement.
• Sheriff of Dona Ana County from 1995 to 1998.
• Police chief in Fort Valley, Ga.
• Operations commander, Cape Canaveral, Fla., Port Authority’s Department of Public Safety.
• More than 3,100 hours of advanced law enforcement training, including the FBI national academy.
• 26-year Clovis Police Department veteran with a bachelor’s degree in animal science.
• Worked his way up from patrol officer.
• Served as deputy chief of police under former Chief Dan Blair.
• 17 years supervisory experience at CPD as captain and lieutenant of support services, and lieutenant of field and administrative services.
• Classified himself as a “dynamic, self-motivated individual offering 17 years progressive supervisory experience.”
• 21-year law enforcement veteran with a bachelor’s degree in finance and a master’s degree in computer information systems.
• Served the last 15 years with the Northglenn Police Department, where he is currently a commander overseeing a division.
• Worked his way up from the position of master patrolman.
• Classified himself as “a decorated officer with extensive supervisory experience.”
• Prior to law enforcement worked eight years as a paramedic and received more than a dozen awards and medals over his career.
To view the three resumes, click on the link below.