April 21, 2018
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First African-American female Assistant Police Chief in Arizona to be Honored



WHAT:          Councilwomen Honor Women in Leadership on the Phoenix Police Force


In honor of women leaders on the Phoenix Police Force, elected officials and Phoenix Police will hold an invitation-only High Tea to celebrate female leadership in law enforcement. 


Special recognition will be awarded to Assistant Chief Jeri Williams for her recent promotion and more than 20 years of dedicated service to the city.


Williams joined the department as an officer in 1988, working her way up to her most recent role as commander of the Central City Precinct.  She is the first African-American female to hold the role of assistant chief in the state of Arizona, and was the first African-American female commander in the state.


Media representatives are welcome to attend.


WHO:             Councilwoman Peggy Neely

Councilwoman Thelda Williams

State Land Commissioner Maria Baier

Assistant Police Chief Tracy Montgomery

Assistant Police Chief Jeri Williams


WHEN:          to Tuesday, June 23


WHERE:       Phoenix Convention Center, WestBuilding, Reception Area,

Conference room 213A





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