The new police chief for the city of Loveland will start at the end of next month.

Out of the six finalist, Robert Ticer was chosen. Ticer who has been in law enforcement for over 26 years will report for duty on May 30th, succeeding former Chief, Luke Hecker, who retired on December 31st.

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Ticer's previous position was Police Chief in Avon, CO. for six years and "is credited for the use of body worn cameras for community engagement work that brought police and residents closer together". Before coming to Colorado, Ticer had a 20 year career with the Arizona Highway Patrol and did a four year tour of duty with the United States Air Force as security police.

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Northern Colorado Chief Ticer!

 

Source: Denver Post