Montezuma Police Chief Will Meet With VP Biden | News
Montezuma Police Chief Eric Finch has been selected to meet with Vice-President Joe Biden at the White House to give input on the Omnibus Gun Violence Prevention Bill.
According to a press release from the police department, Finch will also be meeting with Senators and Representatives from the Democratic and Republican Parties.
Finch said, "This is very humbling and a blessing to be asked to attend. This is a great honor for the citizens of Montezuma. Mayor Willie James Larry and the City Council have invested a lot in our department. This opportunity to be selected is due to the hard work of the men and women of the Montezuma Police Department."
Finch and the other chiefs will be meeting at the White House on Tuesday. They will be working closely with Vice-President Joe Biden and Congress to come up with solutions which will benefit all citizens.
"We are proud that our chief has been selected for this honor," said Montezuma Mayor Willie James Larry. He will represent us very well in this important issue. The safety of our citizens is one of the most important functions of municipal government. We appreciate the efforts of this delegation."
Finch has been the Chief of the Montezuma Police Department for the past 13 years and his Department is one of 95 State Certified Departments in the State of Georgia, out of 759 agencies.