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NMSU police chief candidates to interview

Four candidates for the position of chief of police at New Mexico State University will interview between June 6 and June 13. Each candidate's schedule includes an open forum for faculty, staff, students and the community from 1:30 to 3 p.m. in the Corbett Center Student Union Colfax Room.

Jaime G. Chavez, who has served as interim police chief since June 2004, will interview on Monday, June 6. Chavez has been a member of the NMSU Police Department for more than 23 years, including eight years as field services division commander. He has a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from NMSU.

Thomas E. Bickers Jr., interim police chief at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas , will interview Tuesday, June 7. Before becoming interim chief in February, Bickers had been assistant chief of police since 1999, and he previously was assistant chief of the Rice University Police Department in Houston . He has a master's degree in supervision/training and development from the University of Houston .

Priscilla A. Stevens, director of public safety at the University of Wisconsin at River Falls since December 1997, will interview on Thursday, June 9. Stevens previously was chief of public safety at Wheaton College in Illinois . She has a bachelor's degree from John Brown University in Arkansas .

Paul F. Glowacki, director/chief of police at St. Mary's University in San Antonio , Texas , for the past four years, will interview on Monday, June 13. Glowacki previously was assistant director/assistant chief of the Campus Safety Department at Trinity University in San Antonio . He has a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Mount Senario College in Wisconsin

The candidates' resumes, interview schedules and web-based input forms are available online at www.nmsu.edu/hire. The chairman of the search committee is Scott Moore, associate dean of students, (505) 646-4530.