LAKE STEVENS — Longtime Lake Stevens resident and Deputy Police Chief Jeff Beazizo is replacing Chief John Dyer, whose official last day was Wednesday.
Beazizo began his career in law enforcement with the Washington State Patrol in 1990, where he worked his way up to the lieutenant rank. Prior to coming to the Lake Stevens Police Department in 2017, he served as a safety and risk management officer with the Monroe School District.
“I want to congratulate Chief Dyer on his retirement and thank him for his service and mentorship over the last several years,” Chief Beazizo said in a news release. “I love Lake Stevens; it’s my family’s home. And, it’s an honor to serve our community as its next Police Chief.”
Dyer served as police chief since 2016.
City Administrator Gene Brazel was not immediately available for comment.
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