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Jeffrey D. Wagner

JAMESTOWN – Jamie Campbell was recently sitting at a local deli and watching a picturesque water view from the window. 

Campbell, the newly appointed police chief, said that this was one of the many recent moments that he felt humbled and honored to be the town’s new police chief. 

Campbell, previously a police lieutenant in Westerly for more than 22 years, was appointed in late September unanimously by the town council.  

It’s safe to say he hit the ground running. 

He resigned from Westerly on Sept. 24 and the very next day he was on his way to Jamestown with his new uniform in one hand and boots and equipment in the other. 

“It’s been amazing,” he said. 

Campbell said he was looking to further his career in law enforcement and was mulling over a prospect at the University of Rhode Island, as well as the Jamestown job. 

Campbell said he knew the town administrator and one other police officer. He also is familiar with waterfront policing and the issues that come with it after serving for more than two decades in Westerly. 

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