Cincy cop takes top Dayton job
The Associated Press reports
A retired Cincinnati police officer is Dayton’s new police chief.
During a ceremony at City Hall Monday, Richard Biehl pledged to work closely with neighborhood groups, civic organizations, schools and private citizens to create a safer and more vibrant city.
After retiring from the Cincinnati police force, the 55-year-old Biehl served as executive director of Cincinnati’s Community Police Partnering Center. The center was founded to promote police and public cooperation.
Biehl replaces the retired Julian Davis.