Murrieta Police Chief Tony Conrad sworn in at city council meeting

Tony Conrad is sworn in as Murrieta Police Department’s Chief of Police at a recent city council meeting by City Manager Kim Summers as his wife and son look on. Pictured from left, council members Lori Stone, Jonathan Ingram, Lisa DeForest, Mayor Scott Vinton, Conrad, Summers, AJ and Dana Conrad. Mayor Pro Tem Christi White participated virtually.
Murrieta City Council members witnessed the swearing in of Tony Conrad as Murrieta Police Department’s newest Chief of Police during its May 18 meeting. Conrad had served as interim chief since December.City Manager Kim Summers prefaced the pinning ceremony with a brief summary of Conrad’s career. He has 26 years of law enforcement experience starting his career with the San Diego Police Department in 1995, serving as a member of their SWAT team as well as a Field Training Officer. Conrad started with Murrieta PD in November 2003, holding several special assignment positions. He spent the past two years as a captain, overseeing the Operations Division before being appointed interim police chief. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from San Diego State University a
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