On April 11, 2022, Elk Grove Police Chief Bobby Davis announced the selection of Elk Grove Police Department Captain Paul Solomon as the next Assistant Chief of Police for the Elk Grove Police Department.
"Assistant Chief Solomon has lived in Elk Grove and has been a public servant for over 29 years," said Chief Davis. "Additionally, Assistant Chief Solomon has worked as a supervisor or manager in every Elk Grove Police Department service area. I am so excited for what he will bring to the organization in his new role and how much he will add to the future of our agency."
Assistant Chief Solomon has over 29 years of law enforcement experience and has been a member of the Elk Grove Police Department since 2006. During his career here at the Elk Grove Police Department, Assistant Chief Solomon has risen through the ranks from Sergeant, to Lieutenant, to Captain, and now our Assistant Chief of Police.
Assistant Chief Solomon has been a long-time Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento board member and is the current Board President.
Assistant Chief Solomon holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice, a minor in psychology, and a master's degree in human relations and business. Additionally, assistant Chief Solomon has completed the Police Executive Research Forum Senior Management Institute for Police and the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training Executive Development Course.
"I am excited and thankful for the opportunity to work with Chief Davis as he guides the department into the future. I look forward to continuing serving alongside the hard-working and dedicated members of the Elk Grove Police Department as we partner with the community on strategies to improve the quality of life in our city."