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On June 18, 2018, Doug Shoemaker was sworn in as the Chief of Police for the City of Grand Junction.
Chief Shoemaker comes to us from the Jefferson City Police Department, in Missouri, where he served for the last 25 years. As a Captain for Jefferson City, Chief Shoemaker was responsible for Detectives, Narcotics, Community Services, Traffic and Public Affairs. Chief Shoemaker served at the command level for the last 12 years in Jefferson City, four of which were as Operations Commander in charge of Patrol and SWAT.
Chief Shoemaker is also a Course Director/Adjunct Instructor for Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where he delivers executive-level police courses throughout the United States. Chief Shoemaker holds a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice, is a Doctoral Candidate in Organizational Leadership at Wilmington University, Delaware, and is a graduate of the School of Police Staff and Command from Northwestern University. During his tenure with Jefferson City PD, Chief Shoemaker was active in a variety of community-based volunteer efforts, including the United Way of Central Missouri, and the Boys and Girls Club of the Capital City.
Chief Shoemaker states, ”I am extremely honored to have been selected for the position of Chief of Police for the City of Grand Junction. The members of this agency have a tremendous amount of talent and compassion, along with a strong desire to serve and protect. I look forward to collaboratively working with all employees, both within GJPD and the City of Grand Junction, as well as members of our community to make Grand Junction a safe place to call home.”
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