Maywood Officer Promoted To Sergeant

Sunday, September 23, 2018 || By Community Editor || @maywoodnews 

Featured image: Maywood Police Officer Ramon Ochoa, left, gets sworn in as sergeant during a Sept. 18 meeting. | Screenshot 

Just after acknowledging Hispanic Heritage Month during a Sept. 18 regular board meeting, Maywood Police Chief Valdimir Talley announced the promotion of a Hispanic police officer in Maywood to the position of sergeant.

The Maywood Police Department conducted a brief pomp and circumstance ceremony for Officer Ramon Ochoa, who was promoted to sergeant through the Board of Fire and Police Commission.

Ochoa was sworn in by Board of Fire and Police Commissioners Readith Ester and Gloria Clay. VFP

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One thought on “Maywood Officer Promoted To Sergeant”

  1. Yes another Hispanic being put in charge before an African American they continue to take over it won’t be any blacks here in a minute.

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