March 27, 2019

Police Chief Survey


After 15 years of service in Montgomery County, Police Chief J. Thomas Manger will retire this spring. His departure presents a rare opportunity to identify and bring on a new chief of police to lead the department and serve the County. Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich is interested in hearing from you – people within the community – about the qualities and character traits the County should seek in the candidates for this highly visible and responsible leadership role. Thank you for your time and thoughtful input through this anonymous survey as the County begins the recruitment process. NOTE: The survey will close at 6 p.m. on Friday, April 5.

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5 comments:

  1. John Thomas Manger should have been fired long ago. He covers up police abuse and abuses his authority to do that as well as other matters.

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  2. Good listener, creative problem solver. Kind. Someone like Mike Kronzak

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  3. New police chief - promote from within existing department leadership. Need to continue the current level of service and enforcement.

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  4. MCPD is a best practice example of policing recognized in nationwide. The best way to continue this enviable level of excellence is to appoint one of the two assistant chiefs who applied for the position. They will continue policing with integrity, keep our community as safe as possible, and reach out to the diverse communities that enrich our county; they will earn their trust. When people trust the police, they call for help which allows law enforcement to actually fulfill their mission of protecting all people who live, work or visit the County. In addition they already have the trust of the sworn and civilian workforce of the MCPD. They can hit the ground running ... in the right direction.

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  5. There is no need to look outside of the present MCPD. The Assistant Police Chief, Marcus Jones is an exemplary example of the qualities needed to take the reins of Police Chief. As former Commander of the 3rd District, Assistant Chief Jones, had a presence in community. He made it a point to be present at numerous community events & activities. He was open minded and open to one on one discussion regarding community safety issues.

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