Anderson promoted to Hubbard police sergeant
Hubbard Police Department has announced the promotion of Chris Anderson from officer to sergeant.
Anderson was sworn in as the department's new sergeant on March 6.
Anderson started with the Hubbard Police Department as a reserve officer in January 2006. He became a full-time officer in May 2007.
Anderson, in addition to regular patrols, also serves as a firearms instructor, a member of the Marion County HART Team, department field training officer and liaison to the gang intelligence in Marion County.
Anderson will head to supervision school at the police academy in May to complete training.
Additionally, HPD Chief David Rash said in a report to City Council that the department's vacant police officer position is anticipated to be filled by the end of the month.
The announcement comes on the heels of the department's newest officer, Marcos Jimenez, being sworn in last month.
Rash also is new to the department, having started in December.
The department also employs an administrative assistant and Officer Glen Bentley, a K-9 patrol officer.