Chief Fears was hired by Corning as a community service officer on Oct. 31, 2000. Chief Fears was promoted to police trainee in May 2001, and one month later was sponsored by the Corning Police Department to attend the Butte College Police Academy. Upon his December 2001 graduation from the academy, Chief Fears was hired by the city as a "full-fledged police officer."
Chief Fears, who speaks fluent Spanish, was assigned to the gang task force in his early years on the force, a move that gave him a lot of good experience. He has also served as the department's Cadet Program supervisor, field training officer, and president of the Corning Police Officers Association.
Chief Sanders graduated from Red Bluff High School in 1991, joined the Red Bluff Police Department as a patrol officer in 1996 and has commanded the department’s operations division for about the last six years.He holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership from Simpson University and a master’s in criminal justice from the American Military University. Chief Sanders has been with the Red Bluff Police Department for 19 years, and he has been serving as police chief since Chief Paul Nanfito was placed on paid administrative leave in March 2015.
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