“I am honored to lead the California Police Chiefs Association this next year,” said Boyd in a written statement. “We intend to focus on the issues of human trafficking, mental health, and youth intervention through collaboration with our partners.”
Boyd will serve a one-year term as president of the CPCA, and will continue serving the city of Citrus Heights as police chief during his term of office.
The California Police Chiefs Association will install Citrus Heights Police Chief Christopher Boyd as president of the state-wide organization on February 26.
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