On Monday, three finalists for the position of Charlottesville Police Chief appeared at a forum at the Carver Recreation Center that was an event of the Police Civilian Oversight Board.
“The PCOB, though a new element in our government, is an an important component in assuring there is transparency and accountability in the execution of police services in our community,” said Interim City Manager Michael C. Rogers.
The candidates are:
Latroy A. “Tito” Durrette, acting Charlottesville Police Chief (view resume)
Michael Kochis, Chief of Police in the Town of Warrenton (view resume)
Easton L. McDonald, Major-Division Commander, Loudoun County Sheriff’s Department (view resume)
There are now seven weeks until the General Assembly convenes for the 2023 session. There are still plenty of bills carried over from the 2022 sessions, but new legislation is coming in every day. Here’s another round-up.