Community quality of life focus for new police chief

By From page A1 | September 16, 2013

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NEW POLICE CHIEF for the Placerville Police Department is Scott Heller, who previously worked for the Modesto Police Department. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum

The badge is new and very shiny, but newly sworn-in Placerville Police Chief Scott Heller has plenty of experience. After almost 17 years with the Modesto Police Department in a wide variety of positions, from patrol officer to assistant Investigative Services Division commander and acting commander, Heller brings Placerville leadership and expertise with special operations units involved with narcotics, gangs, homicides and shootings.

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