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Steve Gesell

Police Chief

San Luis Obispo Police Department

HQ Phone:  (805) 781-7317

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San Luis Obispo Police Department

1042 Walnut Street

San Luis Obispo, California,93401

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief of Police

City of San Luis Obispo


Police Chief

City of Atascadero


Division Commander

Scottsdale Police Department


Affiliations

SLO LEAF

Police Chief


California Police Chiefs Association

Board Member


Education

Northwestern University's School of Police Staff


San Luis Obispo High School


Master's Degree

Educational Leadership

Northern Arizona University


bachelor's degree

justice studies


undergraduate degree

Justice Studies

Arizona State University


Web References(190 Total References)


Blog Posts - Cannabration

www.cannabration.com [cached]

Pierce's illegal activities were ongoing for as long as two years, and the investigation has yielded no information that other officers were involved in the scheme, said San Luis Obispo Police Chief Steve Gesell at a news conference Tuesday.


www.sanluisobispo.com

San Luis Obispo Police Chief Steve Gesell attended three times as many conferences and meetings as any other police chief in San Luis Obispo County last year and incurred several thousand dollars more in costs to the city.


Local News Archives - Page 18 of 196 - Coast 101.3 - KSTT-FM

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The City of San Luis Obispo has received several inquiries regarding the status of San Luis Obispo Police Chief Steve Gesell.
The purpose of this release is to confirm that Chief Gesell is on paid administrative leave for an indeterminate period of time.


www.keyt.com

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. - The City of San Luis Obispo has confirmed that SLO Police Chief Steve Gesell is on paid administrative leave.
The reasons behind the leave are unknown. The City has released the following statement: The City of San Luis Obispo has received several inquiries regarding the status of San Luis Obispo Police Chief Steve Gesell. The purpose of this release is to confirm that Chief Gesell is on paid administrative leave for an indeterminate period of time. City officials told KCOY that they will not further comment on the status of Chief Gesell, but will continue to release information as they are able to do so. ****UPDATE**** The San Luis Obispo City Council is expected to make an announcement on the future of Police Chief Steve Gesell after it meets in closed session at its regularly scheduled meeting next Tuesday. Chief Gesell has come under greater scrutiny by City Hall recently involving his travel-related expenses and his reimbursements to the city. He's also been questioned about the police response to the now infamous "St. "He's a good guy", another city resident said when asked about Chief Gesell. Chief Gesell was appointed to the job in January 2012 replacing former chief Deb Linden who retired. Before coming to San Luis Obispo, Gesell was interim Police Chief for the City of Atascadero and spent most of his law enforcement career with the City of Scottsdale in Arizona.


www.keyt.com

Chief Steve Gesell placed on paid administrative leave last week
It appears that San Luis Obispo's Police Chief Steve Gesell is out as the City's top cop. The San Luis Obispo City Council convened a special meeting Tuesday afternoon and went into closed session to discuss labor related issues and anticipated litigation involving a city employee, believed to be Chief Gesell. There was no public comment before the closed session began except from a representative of a Pismo Beach law firm who presented the City Council and City staff with documents on behalf of Gesell and his attorney. The City says it cannot reveal the reasons why it's terminating Gesell's employment citing confidentiality rules for all city employees and Dietrick says the public may never know. Gesell's total compensation package is well above $200,000 a year including about $160,000 in base salary. The City of San Luis Obispo has confirmed that SLO Police Chief Steve Gesell is on paid administrative leave. The reasons behind the leave are unknown. The City has released the following statement: The City of San Luis Obispo has received several inquiries regarding the status of San Luis Obispo Police Chief Steve Gesell. The purpose of this release is to confirm that Chief Gesell is on paid administrative leave for an indeterminate period of time. City officials told KCOY that they will not further comment on the status of Chief Gesell, but will continue to release information as they are able to do so. ****UPDATE**** The San Luis Obispo City Council is expected to make an announcement on the future of Police Chief Steve Gesell after it meets in closed session at its regularly scheduled meeting next Tuesday. Chief Gesell has come under greater scrutiny by City Hall recently involving his travel-related expenses and his reimbursements to the city. He's also been questioned about the police response to the now infamous "St.


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