There’s a whole lot of shakin’ going on with the Santa Fe Police Department

Posted: May 17, 2011 in Uncategorized
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There’s a whole lot of shaken going on at the Santa Fe Police Department.

Here is a look at some recent movement in terms of retirements and promotions:

Recent retirements in the past few weeks:

  • Officer Jon Gonzales
  • Lieutenant Gerald Solano
  • Captain Anthony Robbin
  • Captain Gerald Rivera
  • Captain Alfred Wiggins (retires Friday)

Recent promotions (with their current rank):

  • Captain George Ortiz (in charge of investigations)
  • Captain John Schaerfl (in charge of patrol)
  • Lieutenant Marvin Paulk (planning and training)
  • Lieutenant Louis Carlos (criminal investigations)
  • Lieutenant Alan Mascarenas (graveyard patrol)
  • Sergeant Adam Gallegos
  • Sergeant Donald Duran
  • Sergeant Mark Barnett

Of course there was also more movement going on at the top starting back in March and early April.

Some recent chief/deputy chief movement:

  • Ray Rael: From a City Hall job to Interim Police Chief
  • Gillian Alessio: From Lieutenant to Deputy Chief
  • William Johnson: From Lieutenant to Deputy Chief
  • Aric Wheeler: Stepped down from Chief to Captain
  • Abram Anaya: From Deputy Chief to Lieutenant
  • Robin Contreras: From Deputy Chief to retired

Here is a link to an article Julie Ann Grimm and I worked on about a reason for some of the recent retirements:

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  1. […] The department is still about a dozen officers short right now with many issues coming from a lot of shake up at the top of the department in recent months. Here is a link to a recent post about that movement at the top: There’s a whole lot of shakin’ going on with the Santa Fe Police Department […]

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