In Honor of Chief Rick Braziel ; Hon. Doris O. Matsui of California in the House of Representatives
Matsui, Doris O.
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Ms. MATSUI. Mr. Speaker, I rise today in honor of Chief Rick Braziel as he retires from the Sacramento Police Department, an organization he served admirably over three decades. As the Chief of Police since 2008 and a member of the department since 1979, Rick has been pivotal in upholding and carrying out the mission of the Sacramento Police Department and his leadership will be missed. I ask all my colleagues to join me in honoring one of Sacramento’s finest public servants.
Prior to serving as Chief of Police, Rick, who is a graduate of California State University- Sacramento and the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, was appointed as the Deputy Chief of the Offices of Operations, Investigations, Technical Services, and Homeland Security and Emergency Services. Rick is a co-author of the book titled Cop Talk: Essential Communicating Skills for Community Policing and is nationally recognized for his instruction in communication skills on this topic.
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