Redmond's New Police Chief
Chief Gibson brings "Three C's" to Redmond Police
There isn't a new sheriff in town, but there is a new chief. Ron Gibson joined the Redmond Police Department from Colorado Springs on June 1 of this year. He brings leadership, open communication and a philosophy of focusing on “Three C’s:” Character, Credibility and Courage. As he spends time with Redmond Police personnel and members of the community, he’s discovering it won’t be difficult to implement his “Three C’s."
"There aren't a lot of major changes that need to be made within our department—we have high caliber employees and that type of talent makes any job that much easier and enjoyable," Gibson remarked.
"When Chief Harris came here in the 1970s he set high standards for the men and women who serve this city every day. He built a department that is recognized throughout the country."
The City of Redmond is committed to the safety of the community and running a red light and speeding in a school zone are a clear threat to
The goal of Redmond’s safety camera pilot program is to modify dangerous driver behavior, reduce preventable collisions at signalized intersections and prevent car-pedestrian collisions.
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