GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—The City of Grand Rapids is turning to community members to help select the city’s next police chief.
The city will hold community input meetings beginning Tuesday, Feb. 18 at Union High School. The city has also posted an online survey for residents, addressing what people want in their next police chief. The surveys are due March 7.
“Community input is critical to finding the best police chief to lead our community. Residents, businesses, local law enforcement professionals, neighborhood and community leaders, and youth will all have an opportunity to share the qualities they believe the Grand Rapids’ new police chief should possess,” said City Manager Greg Sundstrom.
The community input meetings are scheduled as follows: