Chief of Police Appointed
City Manager Marc Roberts has announced his appointment of Jeramy Young as Livermore’s new Chief of Police, replacing Chief Michael Harris, who retired this past August. Young joined the Livermore Police Department in 2014 as a Captain. During his time in Livermore, he has been responsible for many notable accomplishments. He implemented the Area Command Policing model, expanding community policing efforts and strengthening relationships with the Livermore community. He was integral in the creation of a real-time crime center, allowing for more efficient and effective responses to crime events. Most recently, he has actively engaged with the City Council Equity and Inclusion Subcommittee to address many pressing law enforcement issues, including racial justice, police response to mental illness, and diversity in recruitment. Asked about his appointment, Young stated, “I’m excited to step into this new role and look forward to serving the community as their Police Chief. I have enjoyed working in Livermore and am eager to build on the great successes already achieved. The men and women of the Livermore Police Department are dedicated professionals, and I am honored to work with them.” Chief Young has a passion for community policing, transparency in law enforcement, and is committed to prioritizing diversity on the Livermore Police force. He is married, has three children, and enjoys golfing and camping with family.
City Manager Marc Roberts stated, “I am extremely proud of our Police Department. The fact that we had a well-qualified pool of candidates from across the nation shows how well respected our Department is. I am excited that Jeramy will be our next Chief of Police. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the organization. Chief Young is dedicated to social justice, continuous improvement and transparency, and has a passion for serving our community.”