Monday, September 17, 2012
Police Chief Greg Anderson was recently named a semifinalist in the search to replace Sarasota's retiring police chief Mikel Hollaway.
Oak Forest Police Chief Greg Anderson is one of five candidates lined up for a shot at replacing retiring Sarasota chief Mikel Hollaway. The city announced Friday morning five semifinalists who will travel to Sarasota for interviews with City Manager Tom Barwin, one-on-one interviews with the commission, public vetting and a community forum. The candidates are: Barwin called the candidates "impressive." “Each one has the critical skill sets required to strengthen and improve trust between the community and our police department. Now we need to spend some time with each candidate and determine the best fit for the challenges and opportunities ahead," Barwin said. "I’m looking forward to selecting someone with strong professional …
Friday, January 27, 2012
Police Chief Greg Anderson was not chosen for the Champaign police chief position. Instead, the position goes to Urbana's former assistant chief and a Champaign resident.
Oak Forest Police Chief Gregory Anderson will be sticking around for a while longer, after he was not chosen for a new chief position, in Champaign, Illinois. The position went to Champaign native and former Urbana assistant chief Anthony Cobb, according to the News-Gazette. Anderson was one of four candidates in final consideration to replace retiring Champaign Police Chief R.T. Finney. He was up against Cobb, then-St. Louis police Lt. Col. Antoinette Filla and East Lansing, Mich., police Capt. Kim Johnson. Anderson was also recently eliminated from the search for a chief in Denton, Texas, after being considered as a finalist.
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Oak Forest Police Chief Greg Anderson is one of four candidates in final interviews for police chief of Champaign, Illinois.
Oak Forest Police Chief Gregory Anderson might be leaving for a new chief position, in Champaign, Illinois. Anderson is one of four candidates in final consideration to replace retiring Champaign Police Chief R.T. Finney, according to the News-Gazette. The four will be interviewed next week by members of a 24-person advisory board. On Dec. 8, they will have a televised "conversation with the candidates." During the public event, each will issue personal statements and answer pre-determined questions from citizens. The other three finalists are: Champaign officials hope to have selected a new chief of police by early January, the News-Gazette report states. Anderson was recently passed over for a chief position in Denton, Texas, after being…