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Chief Hamilton says FWPD Will Treat Public with Respect

Hamilton opened-up for the first time about one of his visions for the city.
 

Treating citizens with respect, that's just one of the goals that Fort Wayne’s new chief of police, Gary Hamilton has for his officers. 

Hamilton opened-up for the first time about one of his visions for the city.   

He's been on the job for less than a week, but as Hamilton adjusts to life as the chief he says his department will raise professional standards through civility training.

“Teaching officers to treat citizens with respect, we still have a job to do, but we are going to do our job and we will be professional and treat people with courtesy and respect,” said Chief Hamilton. 

Hamilton says treating the public with respect isn't something his officers have lost sight of rather, “It's being reinforced.” 

Hamilton is set to share his entire plan for the upcoming year during a staff meeting next week.

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