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Christopher Brickell

Chief of Police

BRANDON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INC

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BRANDON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INC

20 Park Street

Brandon, Vermont,05733

United States

Company Description

A historic country inn, in the quintessential Vermont village of Brandon, Vermont, The Brandon Inn was established in 1786 and is included on the National Register of Historic Places. The Inn is one of the oldest, continuously operating hospitality businesses ...more

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Employment History

Chief

Town of Brandon Vermont


Chief

Vermont


Law Enforcement

Manchester Police Department


Web References(57 Total References)


2016 | Justice For All

justiceforallvt.org [cached]

Next to him is Brandon Police Chief Christopher Brickell, the council chair.
File photo by Elizabeth Hewitt/VTDigger Brandon Police Chief Chris Brickell, who chairs the Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council, said Tuesday that "clearly something has to be done" to expand the decertification process because the current system is too limited. As a municipal chief, Brickell hopes the committee will be able to resolve the issues to implement a new policy. He defended the role of the training council in oversight of officer conduct and said it includes two positions for civilians who are involved with decertification decisions. "It's not like just police are looking at this issue, but we are the ones that really best understand the profession," Brickell said. Brickell also said the council is transparent about the process, holding open meetings and posting decertification decisions online.


July | 2016 | Justice For All

justiceforallvt.org [cached]

Next to him is Brandon Police Chief Christopher Brickell, the council chair.
File photo by Elizabeth Hewitt/VTDigger Brandon Police Chief Chris Brickell, who chairs the Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council, said Tuesday that "clearly something has to be done" to expand the decertification process because the current system is too limited. As a municipal chief, Brickell hopes the committee will be able to resolve the issues to implement a new policy. He defended the role of the training council in oversight of officer conduct and said it includes two positions for civilians who are involved with decertification decisions. "It's not like just police are looking at this issue, but we are the ones that really best understand the profession," Brickell said. Brickell also said the council is transparent about the process, holding open meetings and posting decertification decisions online.


www.addisonindependent.com

"The Brandon Police Department is thankful for the efforts of all involved," said Brandon Police Chief Chris Brickell, "and especially for the efforts of Dillon Quesnel, who as a Good Samaritan stopped and offered his assistance.


www.psmg.net

Chris Brickell from Brandon, VT
Brandon Police Department


www.addisonindependent.com

Brandon Police Chief Christopher Brickell said in a press release that police found 56 bags of heroin pre-packaged into bundles (10 bag quantities) on Waite.


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