Farmington Police Department names deputy chief
Capt. Daryl Noon has been with the department for 22 years
FARMINGTON — Farmington Police Department Capt. Daryl Noon has been named the department's new deputy chief.
Noon, who has been with the department for 22 years, was promoted this week, according to a press release from the department.
"I am proud of the Farmington Police Department and of our community. I look forward to building on the positive relationships we have developed with our partners throughout not only the city, but also the region," Noon said in the release.
According to the release, Noon was hired in 1995 as a booking officer in the jail and started working as a police officer a year later.
During his career, he has received numerous training and served in various positions.
He was promoted to sergeant in 2004, followed by a promotion to lieutenant in 2009 and then to captain in April.
Noon is a 1990 graduate of Shiprock High School and earned an associate degree from San Juan College last year.
The deputy chief position had been vacant since Keith McPheeters retired in May.