New police chief selected in Calgary, to start by June
Calgary is getting a new police chief.
The city's police commission has appointed Mark Neufeld following ratification by city council.
Neufeld spent 24 years with the Edmonton Police Service and two years as the police chief in Camrose.
He's president of the Alberta Association of Chiefs of Police and leader of its women in policing committee.
Neufeld also chairs the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team's board of directors.
Roger Chaffin, who became Calgary's top cop in 2015, retired in January.
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