Thursday, February 7, 2013
Hall was promoted to acting chief upon retired chief of police Carl Wolf's retirement last summer.
In front of a room full of people including close friends and family, Capt. Greg Hall was promoted chief of police for the Hazelwood Police Department at Wednesday's Hazelwood City Council meeting. Edwin Carlstrom, Hazelwood's city manager spoke to the room, which was filled with police officers and firefighters from not only Hazelwood, but also Florissant and Ferguson, about why he choose Hall for the position. "He's an outstanding employee and now police chief," Carlstrom said. "I got a list of things here that have an impact on the reason why I chose Greg as the next police chief of the City of Hazelwood." Hall has more than 30 years with the force. Carlstrom said he hired Hall to the city July 9. 1979, one month after he began as city …
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Plus, will there be more upgrades to the Missouri Bottom Road reconstruction project?
It appears Hazelwood will finally have a new chief of police following former chief Carl Wolf's retirement July 1, 2012. Hazelwood City Council will convene Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., to discuss city business. Council will meet in its chambers at Hazelwood City Hall, and a new chief will be announced and introduced. Hazelwood Police Captain Gregg Hall has been serving as acting chief since Wolf stepped down. Also on Wednesday's agenda, city manager Edwin Carlstrom will discuss some items regarding the Missouri Bottom Road reconstruction project, the possibility of a new employment training agreement and bid recommendations for flooring replacement at Hazelwood Community Center. Will you be attending Wednesday's Hazelwood City Council meeting?
Monday, June 25, 2012
Hazelwood Chief of Police, Carl Wolf, made the recommendation for speed cameras to Hazelwood City Council at its Wednesday meeting.
Pending a final vote, not only will those driving around in Hazelwood have cameras to monitor running red lights, drivers will also have to be aware of speeding. At Hazelwood City Council's June 20 meeting, Hazelwood Police Chief Carl Wolf gave a comprehensive traffic management plan update in which he recommended council consider bringing speed cameras to the city. Wolf said cities including St. Ann, Kinloch, Berkeley and Country Club Hills currently have speed cameras and he feels they would help to deter speeding in Hazelwood. Hazelwood Traffic "It's been a number of years ago, probably 2004, since I gave presentation to city council on our comprehensive traffic management plan update," Wolf said adding that a lot has been added to the …
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
After 26 years of service, Chief Carl Wolf will retire on July 1.
After a career spanning 42 years in law enforcement, of which 35 years have been spent as a police chief, Hazelwood Police Chief Carl Wolf has announced his intentions to retire effective July 1, 2012 Tuesday. Wolf has served as the City of Hazelwood's Chief of Police for 26 years. In a statement sent out Tuesday afternoon, Wolf said he's ready for a new chapter in life. “I want to thank the City of Hazelwood and its wonderful residents for giving me an opportunity to be their Chief of Police," he said. "I’ve enjoyed every minute of the 26 years I’ve been with the city, but I feel it’s now time for me to move on in a different direction. “I’m also grateful for the privilege of working with dedicated department employees, both past and …