Winston-Salem is asking the community to get involved in hiring a police chief

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The City of Winston-Salem is asking the community to get involved in hiring a police chief



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The City of Winston-Salem is asking the community to get involved in hiring a police chief

Winston-Salem is asking the community for input in the search for a new police chief. In January, the city manager’s office will hold two public forums on the hiring of a new police chief. The first will be held at St. John CME Church on Northwest Crawford Place. At this meeting, people will be able to ask or submit questions that they would like the hiring committee to use in interviewing the finalists for the position. A second forum will be held a week later at the Salem Lake Marina. Anyone who is unable to attend these forums but would like to contribute can do so on the City of Winston-Salem website: CityofWS.org

Winston-Salem is asking the community for input in the search for a new police chief.

In January, the city hall will hold two public forums regarding the hiring of a new police chief.

The first will be held in the church of St. John’s CME on Northwest Crawford Place.

At this meeting, people will be able to ask or submit questions they would like to use in interviewing the finalists for the position.

The second forum will be held in a week at Salem Lake Marina.

Anyone who is unable to attend these forums but would like to contribute can do so on the City of Winston-Salem website: CityofWS.org

Winston-Salem is asking the community to get involved in hiring a police chief

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