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Mon March 18, 2013
New Top Cop In Arlington
The city of Arlington has a new police chief. Will Johnson is being sworn in this afternoon at the Arlington Convention Center. Johnson is already familiar with the job –nearly a year ago he began serving as acting police chief when Theron Bowman was tapped to become a deputy city manager.
As interim police chief, Johnson led the Arlington police response to the tornado that struck the city last spring. Johnson has 18 years’ experience as a police officer and 16 years with the City of Arlington. As a city employee he’s worked in internal affairs, media relations, crime prevention, patrol, and as a bicycle officer.