News Flash Home
The original item was published from 4/11/2016 5:01:52 PM to 7/31/2016 12:00:02 AM.

News Flash

All City News

Posted on: April 11, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Nassau Bay's New Chief of Police

Campbell is currently the Police Chief for the City of Santa Fe Police Department. He has been with Santa Fe for over 20 years working through the ranks of Patrolman, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain and now Police Chief.

“Campbell’s background and experience make him a great fit for our city. I am confident that Chief Campbell will be a great addition to Nassau Bay and will continue the Police Department’s strong tradition of serving and protecting the community,” said City Manager Jason Reynolds.

This selection comes after an extensive search process with the assistance of Chris Reed Consulting to find the best candidate to replace Chief Joe Cashiola who retired in March 2016.

“I am excited and honored to accept the Police Chief position in Nassau Bay. I could not have hoped for a more beautiful community to work in and really look forward to serving the citizens and making new friends. I look forward to working and learning from the officers at Nassau Bay PD to promote a progressive community policing atmosphere. My goal is to continue to develop our staff and service to the community we serve,” stated Campbell. “I would be remiss not to acknowledge the outstanding tenure and service from Chief Joey Cashiola and wish him the very best in his retirement.”

Campbell holds a Master Peace Officer license through Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Education and has over 2,700 hours of continuing education and training in law enforcement. In 2002, Campbell took leave of absence to complete an 18-month mission with the United Nations as an International Police Officer in Kosovo. He is also a 2008 Graduate of the FBI National Academy Class 232nd Session.

Campbell will begin his new position as Nassau Bay’s Chief of Police in May 2016.

Facebook Twitter Email