Queen Creek Hires First Police Chief

After a long search for the right candidate, the Town of Queen Creek is delighted to welcome Randy Brice as the first Police Chief of the newly formed Queen Creek Police Department. With nearly 30 years of law enforcement experience in Arizona, Brice will head the QC Police Department starting July 20, 2020. His vision for the department is focused on engagement with the community. He will also be focused on identifying command staff and establishing policies, procedures and operations. 

The town manager, John Kross, said “This is a critical milestone in our transition to a municipal police department. …The Chief of Police is instrumental in establishing the culture of our police department and ensuring our measurable goals for community oriented policing are fundamental to that culture. I am confident in Randy’s ability to excel in these areas, in addition to his in-depth knowledge of how technology can be implemented effectively. Randy’s experience with MCSO coupled with his leadership tenure with the Gilbert Police Department are important as we transition to the Queen Creek Police Department.”


Brice told KTAR News 92.3 FM, “Really what it comes down to is we want to be a full-service police department that is connected with the community. …We really need the community to be part of what we do from the very beginning.” He also shared, “I am very excited to be a part of this historic process. …The Town of Queen Creek is an amazing community and I am honored to be the very first Chief of Police. My commitment is to develop an organization rooted in service, integrity, and kindness. We will engage, connect, and innovate and I invite you to get involved. This journey will only be successful if we create an atmosphere of collaboration, trust, and partnership. I look forward to creating opportunities to communicate and work together with the community.”

It is projected to take 18 months to fully implement the new Queen Creek Police Department. During this transition, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office will continue to be the contracted law enforcement provider for Queen Creek.

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