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On April 25, 1998, in the small town of Waverly, Virginia, Allen Gibson, a young, up-and-coming white police officer who was new to the force, was shot and killed while allegedly trying to stop a.

. In January of 2022, Zamora was sworn in as the 16th Chief of Police for the City of Watsonville and the first first-generation Mexican-American to hold this role.

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. Some 80 people gathered in the Watsonville Civic Plaza Monday evening to welcome in Jorge Zamora as Watsonville Police Department’s new chief. FILE PHOTO: Johanna Miller.

Nov 19, 2021 · Interim Watsonville Police Chief Tom Sims attended Thursday’s meeting, as did Scotts Valley Police Chief Steve Walpole, Capitola Police Chief Andy Dally, and Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Chris Clark.

Apr 5, 2021 · WATSONVILLE, CA — Watsonville Police Chief David Honda will retire July 1 after spending 30 years in law enforcement and five years at the helm of the city's police department. . .

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$512,719. Some 80 people gathered in the Watsonville Civic Plaza Monday evening to welcome in Jorge Zamora as Watsonville Police Department’s new chief.

May 19, 2023 · The council will meet publicly at 5:30 p.
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Watsonville Police Department The Watsonville Police Department intends to perform tobacco retailer license inspections, conduct minor decoy operations directed at tobacco retailers, and enforce smoking laws in locations where youth are likely to be present.

14 hours ago · On April 25, 1998, in the small town of Waverly, Virginia, Allen Gibson, a young, up-and-coming white police officer who was new to the force, was shot and killed while allegedly trying to stop a. Jorge Zamora — whose parents immigrated from Michoacán, about 175 miles west of Mexico City, before his birth in Watsonville — became the city’s. .

. Watsonville Police Chief David Honda. . Zamora said he aims to build the department based on “good people,” not "perfect people. According to the police department, Zamora was born and raised in Watsonville and joined.

Zamora is the first, first-generation Mexican-American to hold this position and 16th Chief of Police for the City of Watsonville.

Zamora is the Chair of the Santa Cruz County Youth Violence Prevention Network and is on the Board. .

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