Finalists to interview for Frisco police chief
FRISCO – Frisco officials announced Friday they have invited five candidates to interview for the town’s chief of police position.Frisco Town Manager Alan Briley, the town’s management team and a panel of police chiefs from similar Colorado towns will interview the candidates Friday.The candidates include Daniel Brennan of Lakewood, John Garavaglia of Glendale, Glenn Johnson of Frisco, Tom Wickman of Boulder and Steve Wright of Vail.Dan Brennan has been employed by the Lakewood Police Department for the past 24 years and served most recently as a commander in the Information Management Division. He has a bachelor’s degree from Metropolitan State College in Denver and a masters from the University of Colorado at Denver. He attended the F.B.I. National Academy in 2002.For the past year, John Garavaglia has served as the deputy chief for the Glendale Police Department. Previously, he was the chief of police in Fort Lupton. He earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Utah. He received advanced training at the FBI National Academy.Glenn Johnson has been a police officer with Frisco for the past 14 years. Since 1989, he has been as Frisco’s detective. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and Bemidji State University in Minnesota. Johnson is a 1985 graduate of the Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy.Since 2000, Tom Wickman has been a police commander with the Boulder Police Department. He has been with that department since 1982. He has a bachelor’s degree from Kalamazoo College in Michigan and a masters in counseling psychology from Lesley University in Cambridge, Mass. He attended the FBI National Academy in 2001.Steve Wright is a patrol sergeant with the Vail Police Department, where he has been since 1998. He has 24 years of law enforcement and investigative experience. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma.—When & Where- What: Public reception for Frisco police chief candidates- When: 6-7 p.m., Thurs. Sept. 12- Where: Frisco Town Hall- For more information, contact the Frisco Town Hall at (970) 668-5276, ext. 3076
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