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Town of Frederick Police Chief Todd Norris promoted Sergeant Dave Egan to the position of Frederick’s new Police Commander effective yesterday, November 13th. This fills the vacancy left by Norris when he was appointed as the new Police Chief in August. Commander Egan has been with the department since August 1996. During this time, Commander Egan has overseen all areas of the department to include patrol, investigations, Code Enforcement, School Resource Officers and training. He has also served as a Team Leader and Supervisor for the Longmont Swat Team. Commander Egan was promoted to Sergeant in 2002 and assigned as Senior Sergeant in 2007. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Metropolitan State University of Denver. He has also successfully completed the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development program completing all required classes, earning the “Trilogy” recognition for completing the program. In 2012, Commander Egan was selected as one of 50 reginal participants to attend the FBI LE Executive Command College held in Montana. He also completed the IACP Leadership in Police Organizations training program and the CACP’s Supervisory Institute as well as several other leadership and management courses throughout the years. In 2017, he started serving as an assessor for the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), which involves reviewing police departments’ policies and procedures throughout Colorado to make sure they are in compliance with CACP Professional Standards.“We’re excited to see what Commander Egan will bring to our team in this new role,” said Chief Norris. “His professionalism and knowledge of law enforcement’s best practices will be instrumental in bringing excellent leadership to our officers and sergeants.”