PEORIA (WEEK) – The Peoria Police Department has a new Assistant Chief of Police.
Captain Bradley Dixon was promoted Monday to second-in-command.
According to a press release, Chief of Police Echevarria said Dixon is a 20 year veteran of the force and has experience in virtually every division of the department.
“As the Chief of Police, I am excited to have him by my side. In this key leadership position, we will work
to reduce violent crime, foster community partnerships, improve traffic safety, and promote employee
development. I am confident that he will help raise the bar and uphold the standards of excellence
expected of the Peoria Police Department.”
-Chief of Police Eric Echevarria
In a statement released Monday, Dixon said he is humbled and honored by the promotion:
“I am humbled and honored beyond words to be the Assistant Chief of Police for the City of Peoria. I
look forward to working together with our community and the men and women of the Peoria Police
Department to accomplish our common goals, including making Peoria a safe and enjoyable place to live
-Assistant Chief of Police Bradley Dixon
Dixon most recently served as Captain of the Criminal Investigations Division and Special Investigations Division.
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