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Marshall gets new police chief

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Chief Campa was sworn in on Monday (Source: Marshall police) Chief Campa was sworn in on Monday (Source: Marshall police)
Chief Campa (Source: Marshall police) Chief Campa (Source: Marshall police)

The Marshall Police Department has a new chief of police.

On Monday, Jesus E. Campa was sworn in as chief, the department shared. Chief Campa is a recent graduate of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Leadership Organization course. He holds a Master of Science Administration of Justice and Security as well as a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration.  Chief Campa is also a 2010 graduate of the FBI Command College, held at University of Texas, El Paso.

The department says that Campa began his career in law enforcement with the El Paso County Sheriff's Office in 1994 as a Detention Officer and after 20 years of service retired as the Chief Deputy of Law Enforcement for the El Paso County Sheriff's Office. As the Chief Deputy of Law Enforcement he oversaw the day to day operations of the Narcotics Bureau; Criminal Investigations Bureau; Patrol Bureau and the Support Services Bureau. He has served on many committees and received numerous awards during his career, including the prestigious National Sheriffs' Association Medal of Merit.

After retiring, Chief Campa served as Chief of Police for the Ector County ISD for a short time, leaving to take the position as Chief of Police for Marshall.

Campa is married to Rachel Campa and they are proud parents of two sons and a daughter.

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