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Meet the 7 Sandusky police chief candidates

Andy Ouriel • Dec 10, 2012 at 10:53 AM

Whoever is chosen as the next chief, he'll earn about $85,000 a year. Below are highlights of the seven finalists, based on their applications the Register obtained through a public records request:

Mark Anthony

• Portsmouth, Va., police lieutenant in the criminal investigations unit.

• Worked in department for 17 years.

• Present duties include commanding the criminal investigations unit — consisting of property crimes, auto theft and homicide — monitoring emerging crime patterns and recommending executive changes to the department policies.

• Deputized as a federal law enforcer from 2007 to 2009, assigned to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and evaluated criminal investigations scheduled for prosecution at the federal level.

• Received two associate's degrees, in education and business administration, from Northern Virginia Community College.

Terence Calloway

• Austin Peay State University (Clarksville, Tenn.) police chief.

• Hired in January 2012 after working as Woodmere, Ohio, police chief for three years.

• Present duties include establishing department's organizational structure, assuring officers provide effective, customer-oriented campus security services, and establishing department goals.

• Taught as adjunct instructor and worked as lieutenant for Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland.

• Received master's degree in justice administration from Tiffin University.

Bryan Jarrell

• Southfield, Mich., deputy police chief.

• Worked in department for 27 years.

• Present duties include implementing innovative methods for staff members, such as starting a bike-patrol program, handling investigations and acquiring grants.

• Served in U.S. Marines from 1978 and 1983.

• Received bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Eastern Michigan University.

Brian Miller

• Hammond, Ind., police chief.

• Worked in department for nine years.

• Present duties include managing a department of about 200 officers and 50 civilian employees; speaking to groups on crime prevention and managing crime statistics.

• Served in U.S. Army from 1983 to 1989.

• Received master's degree in public affairs at Indiana University.

John Orzech

• Sandusky assistant police chief.

• Worked in department for 15 years.

• Present duties include overseeing personnel of about 45 officers, participating in budgeting and engaging in community discussions to solve crime problems.

• Served in the U.S. Marines from 1985 to 1989 and stationed in North Carolina and Japan.

• Enrolled in classes at Terra Community College to soon earn an associate's degree in political science.

Craig Stone

• Columbus, Ohio, police lieutenant.

• Worked in department for 27 years.

• Present duties include assigning investigations, reviewing all completed investigations and ensuring cases are investigated in a fair, impartial, thorough and timely manner.

• Volunteered for community-improvement organizations.

• Received master's degree in justice administration from the University of Louisville.

Robert Ware

• Portsmouth, Ohio, interim police chief.

• Worked in department for 17 years;

• Present duties include overseeing the department's roughly 50 officers, creating community-based programs to reduce crime, and campaigning to make neighborhoods safer.

• Coordinated with Ohio's governor to help youths find careers in technology-based fields.

• Served in the U.S. Navy from 1987 to 1995 and licensed as a journeyman counselor for the U.S. Department of Labor.

• Received associate's degree in applied sciences from Ohio University.

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