Posted at 11:30 AM on January 14, 2011
by Tim Pugmire
Filed under: Mark Dayton
Gov. Mark Dayton has hired a suburban police chief as his public safety commissioner.
Dayton announced today the appointment of Ramona Dohman to his cabinet. Dohman is chief of police in Maple Grove and immediate past President of the Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association.
"Chief Dohman brings a long commitment and proven dedication to law enforcement, which has prepared her well to ensure the public safety and to lead my Administration's response to emergency situations," Dayton said in a news release.
Dohman will be the first female to serve as public safety commissioner in Minnesota.
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