Phoenix Law Enforcement Association

Chief Jeri Williams becomes Phoenix’s New Chief

Chief Williams addresses the audience shortly after being sworn in as Phoenix's new Police Chief

On October 28, 2016, at approximately 1630 hours, Jeri Williams, formerly Police Chief of Oxnard CA, became the City of Phoenix’s  new Police Chief when she was officially sworn in by her husband, Justice of the Peace Cody Williams.  The ceremony, attended by hundreds, took place at the Phoenix Convention Center. 

PLEA would like to congratulate Chief Williams on successfully competing for and winning the spot as Phoenix’s new top cop.  We look forward to working cooperatively in the labor management arena with Chief Williams to solve challenges as the organization moves forward. 

Members of the PLEA Board with Chief Williams after her swearing in ceremony. Pictured L-R: PLEA Treasurer Darrell Kriplean, PLEA Trustee Britt London, Chief Jeri Williams, PLEA President Ken Crane, PLEA Secretary Frank Marino and PLEA Trustee Tim Baiardi

Members of the PLEA Board with Chief Williams after her swearing in ceremony. Pictured L-R: PLEA Treasurer Darrell Kriplean, PLEA Trustee Britt London, Chief Jeri Williams, PLEA President Ken Crane, PLEA Secretary Frank Marino and PLEA Trustee Tim Baiardi