Deputy Chief of
Deputy Chief Landry
was raised in Chicago Ridge, where he still has deep roots and many friends. He
is a graduate of Our Lady of the Ridge and Richard's High School.
Paul was hired and graduated from the Chicago
Police Academy in 1994. He was assigned as a cadet instructor, working with
young men and women who were considering a future career in law enforcement.
In 1995, he became certified as a Gang Crimes Specialist and worked with other
Gang officers from the area to address the rising gang crime situation.
Paul became a Certified Evidence Technician in
1997 and a Field Training Officer in 1999. This involved training new hires on
all aspects of police work, prior to them working on their own. Also in 1999,
he became one of the first two officers from this department to be trained and
assigned to the newly formed South Suburban Major Crimes Task Force.
Paul was promoted to Corporal in 2000 and then
Sergeant in 2001, where he ran a patrol shift until being promoted to Patrol
Commander in 2004. He continued in this capacity, assisting the Chief and
Deputy Chief in various aspects of the patrol division until being promoted to
his current position as Deputy Chief in July 2006.
Paul believes the Chicago Ridge Police
Department to be a highly professional and proactive organization. In this
high tech world, the department's goal is to keep pace with technology
utilizing the latest tools to assist officers in their law enforcement
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