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January 3, 2016 6:32 PM

SLO’s new police chief shares goals as she begins job this week

Deanna Cantrell, 45, of Arizona takes over the San Luis Obispo Police Department on Monday

Cantrell weighs in on police transparency, homeless issues, use-of-force incidents and body cameras

She takes over for former chief Steve Gesell, who separated with the city in May

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