The city's five-member police chief committee — comprised of city commissioner Pervis Brown and four volunteers — at a meeting Tuesday chose seven candidates as finalists for the soon-to-be vacant chief's position.
Officials settled on the seven from a list of about 30 candidates who submitted applications in the past few weeks.
This is the second time the committee conducted the search this year.
For more on this story and a Q & A on what went wrong the first time around, pick up a copy of Wednesday's Register.
The seven people vying to become Sandusky's next police chief (to see the candidates redacted resumes, look below):
(Most recent position)
Mark Anthony Portsmouth (Virginia) police lieutenant
Terence Calloway Austin Peay State University (Clarksville, Tenn.) police chief
Bryan Jarrell Southfield (Michigan) deputy police chief in the investigations division
Brian Miller Hammond (Indiana) police chief
John Orzech Sandusky assistant police chief
Craig Stone Columbus (Ohio) police lieutenant
Robert Ware Portsmouth (Ohio) interim police chief