Monday, February 25, 2008

Press Release: Police Chief elected as Chair of King County Police Chiefs Association

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Police Chief elected as Chair of King County Police Chiefs Association
Federal Way Police Chief Brian Wilson was elected as the 2008 Chair of the King County Police Chiefs Association. This is the first time in the City’s history that a Federal Way police chief has served in this capacity. Wilson will serve a one-year term through December 2008.

The association represents law enforcement officials in King County, addresses issues of mutual interest, and liaisons with local, state and federal organizations to further public safety issues.

"It is an honor and privilege to represent the King County Police Chiefs Association," said Wilson. "I think it’s important for law enforcement from across King County to collaborate on public safety issues that impact us all. The association allows us to accomplish more together than we would if we worked only within our jurisdictions"

Wilson is a 28-year veteran police officer. He was appointed police chief in December 2006 after serving as deputy chief for 10 years. Before joining the Federal Way Police Department, Wilson worked his way up from an officer to a commander in the Renton Police Department.
Editor’s Note: Photo of Police Chief Brian Wilson available upon request.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- February 12, 2008

Linda Farmer, APR Communications & Government Affairs Manager, 253.835.2411 or 253.261.1211
Brian Wilson, Federal Way Police Chief, 253.835.6701



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