Civil service board approves Bossier police chief scores
BOSSIER CITY, La. (KSLA) - The Bossier City Municipal Fire & Police Civil Service Board met Friday, April 8 to approved the exam scores for the police chief candidates.
Five candidates took the exam. Their scores are as follows:
- Sgt. Jeremy Kennedy (currently serving with BCPD) - 89
- Sgt. Michael Jones (currently serving with SPD) - 88
- Sgt. Charles Bridges (currently serving with BCPD) - 85
- Sgt. Daniel Haugen (currently serving with BCPD) - 85
- Sgt. Christopher Estess (currently serving with BCPD) - 84
Mayor Tommy Chandler interviewed each candidate before they took the exam; he plans to interview each one again in the coming weeks. Sgt. Estess is currently serving as provisional chief until a permanent chief can be appointed by the mayor.
“I have already met with the candidates prior to the test and look forward to a second interview with each applicant. Public safety is a top priority and the Bossier City Police Department has long been known for its outstanding record of providing safety and security to the citizens,” said Mayor Chandler.
State law says a new chief must be named within 60 days of approval of the scores.
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