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Joseph A. Farrow is Commissioner of the California Highway Patrol, the first Japanese-American appointed to lead the agency in its 81 year history. Commissioner Farrow commands more than 7,800 uniformed, 3,600 non-uniformed, 700 senior volunteers, and 200 Explorer personnel.
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Chancellor Gary S. May today swore in Joseph A. Farrow as University of California, Davis chief of police in a private ceremony. A public swearing-in event will take place in the next few weeks. Farrow served as the commissioner of the California Highway Patrol from 2008, under former Gov. Arnold ...
Born in 7 Apr 1862 and died in 9 May 1932 Whitewright, Texas Joseph A. Farrow
On March 1, 2008, then Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed Joseph A. Farrow Commissioner of the CHP, and he was reappointed by Governor Jerry Brown in 2011. With a Department of more than 12,000 personnel, Commissioner Farrow commands the fifth largest law enforcement agency in the nation.
Born in 10 Jun 1822 and died in 19 Nov 1906 Washington, North Carolina Joseph A. Farrow
California Highway Commissioner Joe Farrow will step down from one of the most high profile jobs in law enforcement to become police chief of UC Davis, university officials announced Tuesday.
Farrow has worked with California Highway Patrol for 37 years, held every ranking. Joseph A. Farrow was named the new UC Davis chief of police after a joint decision was made by Interim Chancellor Ralph Hexter and incoming Chancellor Gary May, according to a press release.