Monroe County

Sergeant Travis Gray named next Chief of the Ogden Police Department

“I couldn’t be more proud and excited to welcome OPD-veteran Sergeant Travis Gray as the next chief of the Ogden Police Department. Travis’s commitment to public safety and community service is evident each day, and I have complete faith in the vision he has for the future of the department. He knows and loves our town and is respected by members of the OPD and our entire community. I’m confident he will lead with the same integrity and professionalism that Chief Chris Mears has had for so many years,” said Ogden Town Supervisor Mike Zale.

“I am honored and grateful for the opportunity to serve the residents of Ogden as their next Chief of Police. My wife and family have been the solid foundation of my career, and my success could not have been possible without their unwavering support. I am thankful to Supervisor Zale and the rest of the Town Board for choosing me to be the next leader of this great department. Chief Chris Mears has been my mentor for many years, and I can attribute much of my success to the lessons he has taught me. I wish him the best of luck in his next endeavor and look forward to carrying on the legacy he leaves behind,” said Travis.

“I’m very pleased that Chief Travis Gray was selected to be the next leader of the Ogden Police Department. He has worked closely with neighborhood watch groups and the Police Reinvention Committee. Chief Gray’s experience and energy will be a great fit for the agency and the community. He is going to do great work, and I’m excited to see where he takes the department,” said Chief Chris Mears.

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