Over the next three years, Alcott said his goal was to take senior management, sergeants, and supervisors to the next level.
“I’m here for the vision of the future. It’s not about having a long-term career here,” said Alcott. “My goal is to bring the next leadership to a level where they will run this police agency for the future.”
Maintain quality of life
When he was sworn in, Alcott pledged to maintain the quality of life in Dyer, a feeling he echoed in a recent interview with The Times, and which he attributes to his former Homewood Police Chiefs.
“We believed in ensuring that every resident leads a safe life in our community, can take their children and do great things in the community; seeing us as partners instead of seeing us as the community’s big brother,” said Alcott.
When people come home from work and their home isn’t broken into, the trash picked up and the streets clean, Alcott says they’re happy because the community works together to make sure these things happen, which is a ” small part “is. the quality of life.
“We also have great parks, charitable programs, and the police play an important role in all of these avenues,” said Alcott. âEvery decision we make or make can change a person’s life. That’s why we want to make sure we’re making the right decision for each person in this community. “