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After serving as acting chief since January this year, Larry Esquivel’s appointment as San José Police Chief by City Manager Debra Figone was confirmed by the San José City Council. Figone appointed Esquivel as acting chief following the retirement of former Chief Chris Moore in January 2013. Figone announced her intention to appointm him as the next chief in November. Under the San José City Charter, the City Manager appoints all department directors, including the police chief, subject to ratification by the City Council.
“As acting chief, Larry has demonstrated effective leadership during a very difficult period for the police department,” said Figone. “Along with his command staff, he has made significant progress to strengthen relationships both inside and outside the department. I have full confidence that he will continue to be an excellent chief for all of San José.
“I appreciate both his willingness to step in as our acting chief at a critical moment in January, and more important, his desire to continue to share his talents, experience and knowledge as our next chief. We’re very fortunate to have him.”
Esquivel started as a San José patrol officer in 1986, and over his career he has served in a broad range of police functions including the department’s tactical unit, investigations, field training, narcotics, internal affairs, and administration. He was promoted to sergeant in 1997, became lieutenant in 2005, captain in 2010, and deputy chief in 2012.
“I am both proud to wear this uniform and deeply honored to continue this opportunity of leading the department that I have served for almost 28 years,” said Esquivel.
“Despite the serious challenges caused by limited resources and reduced staffing levels, we have great people doing outstanding work every day for San José. I will continue to work in collaboration with our entire team and community to make this department and our community better.”
A native and current resident of San José, Esquivel received his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice administration from San José State University. Esquivel will start immediately in his new position, and his annual salary will be $203,000. The San José Police Department has a budget of approximately $309 million and a total of 1583 authorized positions, including 1109 sworn officer positions.