LAKE STEVENS, Wash., August 22, 2021 – For its 6 p.m. Tuesday, August 24th regular BUSINESS meeting, Mayor Brett Gailey will swear in Jeff Beazizo as the City’s new Police Chief.
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On August 18, 2021, Deputy Chief Jeff Beazizo became the new Chief of Police for the City of Lake Stevens. Chief Beazizo will replace retiring Chief John Dyer, who has served the city for the past five years, a fitting ending to his law enforcement career that spanned almost four decades in the states of Washington and Colorado.
As Chief, Beazizo wants to continue the city’s emphasis on community-based policing through professional police services, organizational excellence, and community interaction. He wants to focus on hiring, training, and retaining professional and well-trained officers, providing the residents of Lake Stevens with proactive and trustworthy police services. Recently accredited by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs in 2020, Beazizo intends to preserve those high standards and work to retain the sought-after accreditation.
Lake Stevens Business Meeting Time and Location
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND. The City of Lake Stevens strives to provide accessible opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Please contact Human Resources, City of Lake Stevens ADA Coordinator, (425) 622-9400, at least five business days prior to any City meeting or event if any accommodations are needed. For TDD users, please use the state’s toll-free relay service, (800) 833-6384, and ask the operator to dial the City of Lake Stevens City Hall number
Members of the public can attend the meeting in-person at City Hall, 1812 Main Street, Lake Stevens, WA 98258.
This meeting will be held electronically by Zoom and in-person. The Public can hear the meeting live, 6 p.m. August 24 via Zoom using the link below:
Or call in at: (253) 215 8782, Meeting ID: 899 3333 9147