Milford Conversation to feature new police chief

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Milford Conversation will feature Chief Cecilia “CC” Ashe

Milford Conversation, an informal group that meets each month at the First Presbyterian Church of Milford, will feature the new Milford Police Chief, Cecelia “CC” Ashe. The meeting is planned for Thursday, June 1 at 8:30 AM in the library of the church.

“This is a free, family-oriented program open to the entire community,” John Huntzinger, moderator of the group, said. “Everyone has a chance to talk about where they are from, the focus of their business or organization and learn more about things happening in the town.

Chief Ashe was hired in February, replacing former Police Chief Kenneth Brown who retired in August. She worked as the Inspector of Operations under then Chief Robert Tracye and has a combined 27-year career in law enforcement that included positions in Arlington County, Virginia. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and is currently working on her Master’s in Administration of Criminal Justice and Organizational Leadership with Wilmington University. She is a graduate of the Police Executive Research Forum Senior Management Institute for Policing Session 70. Chief Ashe is married and has two sons.

Anyone interested in attending the Milford Conversation should park behind the church and enter through the back door. Walk through the kitchen to the library. Refreshments are provided as well.

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