Bishop Swears in New Police Chief

Richard Standridge was officially sworn in as Bishop’s Police Chief by Bishop Mayor Stephen Muchovej at a brief ceremony Monday morning in the Council Chambers.

 

 

There was a repeat performance later Monday evening at the City Council meeting, same place, different time.

Standridge comes to Bishop following 20 years on the Porterville PD, leaving as the Investigations Division Lieutenant. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from the University of Phoenix and is nearing completion of a Master’s in Justice Management from the University of Nevada, Reno. He is also a graduate of POST Command College.

Sierra Wave will give Standridge a couple of weeks to settle into his new job before we sit down for an interview.

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Bill
Bill
2 months ago

Do you think he will make it 5 years before retiring

Charles James
2 months ago
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Bill, several online sources confirm that “According to many police groups, including the Major Cities Chiefs Association, two-and-a-half to three years is the average tenure for a chief at a large police organization. That number has dropped since the mid-80s. Back then, the Police Executive Research Forum found that chiefs generally stayed in their roles for five to six years.”

So, if Chief Standridge stays for 5 years, that’s pretty good.