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It’s been a whirlwind two months for Los Alamos Police Chief Dino Sgambellone. Ever since he accepted the job as police chief, the Mansfield, Ohio, native has been learning the ropes at the LAPD, while getting to know his new community at the same time.
Though his family is far away in Ohio and won’t be able to join him until next month, Sgambellone said he’s adjusting as best he can to his new surroundings and is doing pretty good navigating the learning curve of his new job, familiarizing himself with the department’s budget and procedures while at the same time getting to know his staff and fellow police officers.
“Anytime you transition to a new opportunity, there’s always challenges,” he said. “I think things are compounded when the move is 1,500 miles away. There’s been some delay in transition for my family, for example.” He added that his family should be coming out soon, in time for his children to start the next semester of school. He has a daughter who’s in the fifth grade and son, who is a junior in high school.
“The decision to come here is reinforced every time I meet someone new in the community,” he said, adding that he is very impressed with department and the relations it has to LANL and to the community at large.
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