Interim New Haven Police Chief now permanent chief

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — The Board of Alders unanimously decided to keep on Interim Chief Otoniel Reyes as the permanent Chief of Police for New Haven Tuesday night.

Related: Mayor Harp names interim New Haven Police Chief

Chief Reyes was named interim Police Chief by Mayor Toni Harp in March of this year, replacing former Chief Anthony Campbell, who resigned in February.

Related: New Haven Police Chief to retire in March

Reyes has been with the New Haven Police Department for 19 years.

Details pertaining to Reyes’ swearing-in ceremony are not yet available.


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