City of Elk Grove to Hold Press Conference, Will Announce New Police Chief


September 13, 2016 |

The City of Elk Grove has scheduled a 4 p.m. news conference tomorrow, Wednesday, September 14 to announce the new Chief of Police.

In August Robert Lehner announced that he would be retiring as the City's second Police Chief effective this October. Since his announcement, the City has undergone a recruitment process for Lehner's replacement. 

Elk Grove City Manager Laura Gill will announce her selection for the City’s next Police Chief with assistance from community members and the Elk Grove City Council during the press conference. The event will be held in Elk Grove City Hall Council Chambers, 8400 Laguna Palms way, Elk Grove. 

As a service to those who cannot attend the meeting, Elk Grove News will provide a live
stream of the event via YouTube.

Follow the instructions below to watch the broadcast.
  • Access the YouTube main page
  • In the search box enter ElkGroveNews - one word
  • The next screen will show Elk Grove News with a small red rectangular box with "Live"
  • Click on the image, which will be a picture of the unfinished mall
  • Click on the image that appears, which will be inside the Falls Event Center
  • The program is scheduled to start at 4:00, so we will go live about five minutes before the start
  • The program will be titled Elk Grove Press Conference - New Police Chief 
A few technical notes:

  • This new service from Google/YouTube is in its Beta phase so it is not without minor glitches
  • If during the broadcast an error message or the feed stops, try refreshing the screen; if that doesn't bring back the live feed,
  • Repeat the original access process above
  • In our tests, each segment lasts about 15 minutes so be advised
  • The strength of the broadcast is dependent on the strength of the signal and bandwidth at the Falls Event Center, so if the broadcast stops, the broadcast will be restarted with each subsequent broadcast being titled Elk Grove Casino 2, Elk Grove Casino 3, etc.
  • Please remember, the broadcast is based on the signal strength and bandwidth, so if you tune in and are unable to view, chances are the Falls system may not be able to accommodate the broadcast

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