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Recruiting Anaheim's Next Police Chief

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The memory of the riots in Anaheim last year is still fresh on residents' minds as the city puts together the job description  for the next Police Chief.  Fewer than 20 people came to City Hall offer their opinions.   But executive recruiter Stuart Satow hopes others will weigh in by filling out an online survey.

 http://www.anaheim.net/administration/PIO/news.asp?id=1624

Satow is responsible for both listening to residents and figuring out the hot button issues of the city that may attract or repel potential candidates.

Chief John Welter retired in May.  Everyone wants his successor to be a person of high integrity, but others were more specific, calling for a Latino or a candidate who speaks Spanish fluently. 

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