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The auditorium at police headquarters was packed on Friday for ceremonies to install new Police Chief Chase Stapp and for other promotions. The crowd also heard from city dignitaries and outgoing Chief Howard Williams.
City Manager Jared Miller praised the job Howard Williams did as chief of San Marcos Police and also said he believes Chase Stapp was the right choice to succeed him.
Lisa Dvorak, who retired as assistant chief of San Marcos Police, poked fun at outgoing Chief Williams, but also said his attitude and professionalism helped to build a solid staff.
His grandchildren sitting in the front row at Friday's ceremonies didn't quite know what to make of outgoing Chief Howard Williams in Houston Astros and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish garb, some of many gifts the staff presented him with.
Outgoing SMPD Chief Howard Williams recalled his 11-year career with the department. He is the longest-serving SMPD chief on record.
New SMPD Chief Chase Stapp has his badge pinned to him by wife Terry during ceremonies Friday at police headquarters.
San Marcos Chief of Police Chase Stapp is sworn into office by Mayor Daniel Guerrero.
New Assistant Chief of Police Bobb Klett had his badge pinned on by wife Tammy.
About-to-be Police Corporal Tiffany Williams reacts as Chief Chase Stapp introduces her prior to her promotion Friday.
Corporal Rich Mazinan pins her new badge on Corporal Tiffany Williams.

SMPD welcomes new chief

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