Lake Elsinore NAACP Branch honors retired Murrieta police Chief Sean Hadden

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Willie J. Oliver Jr., left, pastor of Grace and Truth Worship Ministry and president of NAACP Branch 1034, presents a certificate and plaque of appreciation to retired Murrieta police Chief Sean Hadden. Valley News/Andrez Imaging photo
LAKE ELSINORE – Willie J. Oliver Jr, pastor of Grace and Truth Worship Ministry and president of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Branch 1034, presented retired Murrieta police Chief Sean Hadden, Jan. 12, with a certificate of appreciation and a plaque honoring his partnership with the branch for the past several years. He also shared words of gratitude and goodwill for Hadden and his successor Chief Tony Conrad. “Chief Hadden has been very instrumental in changing the climate and culture of our communities,” Oliver said. “As the chief of police, he always wanted to be in front of issues and change, instead of being reactive. His relationship with NAACP Branch 1034 has always been one of respect, honesty and accountability. He will be missed, but we als
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