Four of the eight remaining candidates for Baton Rouge police chief answered a pre-approved set of 15 questions from members of Mayor President Sharon Weston Broome’s 14-person search committee Thursday evening.Among the questions posed by the 12 present members of the committee were candidates’ top priorities within the first 90 days in office, their thoughts on community policing, how they would implement data in policing and how they would foster trust with the community.About two dozen residents listened to the interviews and a few suggested additional questions at the end of the meeting.Three current Baton Rouge Police officers — Myron Daniels, Sharon Douglas and Darryl Honoré — as well as former BRPD officer Ronald Stevens were interviewed Thursday.Monroe Police Department officer Jeremy Kent, Baton Rouge Police officer Robert McGarner, State Police officer Murphy Paul Jr. and LSU System Office of Internal Audit Investigations Director Samuel Wyatt will be interviewed on Nov. 30.Then, on Dec. 7 at 5 p.m., all eight candidates will be discussed in a public comment forum before the committee recommends the top five to be interviewed by Broome. Got a question for Baton Rouge’s next police chief? Public interviews set for candidates Daniels, a 19-year veteran at… Read full this story
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