Louisville names Black woman as new interim police chief – Reports

The mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, appointed a new interim police chief Monday, naming Yvette Gentry, a Black woman, to the role.

Gentry will replace Robert Schroeder, who is retiring, Mayor Greg Fischer announced Monday. She previously was chief of community building in the city government, and before that, she was a police officer for more than 20 years.

“Yvette brings the kind of unique experience and strong community relationships need to lead LMPD until a permanent chief is in place,…

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