NORTH LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The city of North Las Vegas announced Monday Captain Jacqueline Gravatt will be its new assistant police chief. Gravatt has been with the department since 2001.
The news comes a little over two months after former assistant police chief, Clinton Ryan, resigned following a DUI arrest.
“Assistant Chief Gravatt is an exceptional leader with a proven record of integrity, honesty and empathy,” said Police Chief Pamela Ojeda. “She understands the balance needed to be an effective police officer in our department: a strong commitment to building relationships with our residents, coupled with a zero-tolerance approach to crime.”
Gravatt’s law career is extensive, starting as a patrol officer with the NLV Police Department in 2001 to completing the FBI National Academy in 2018.