Rory Bradley has been named the new Wellington City Chief of Police.
Bradley was previously a detective for the Carbon County Sheriff’s Office. He was employed with the county for nearly 13 years following the start of his law enforcement career in Emery County as a corrections officer. Bradley is a Wellington native and steps into the position with extensive knowledge of the city.
“I am excited for this new adventure and can’t wait to serve the amazing people of Wellington,” Bradley shared. “I look forward to working with all the local police agencies in our great county.”
Bradley went on the thank Carbon County Sheriff Jeff Wood for the opportunities he had while working for the sheriff’s office as well as his wife, Sarah, for her support in his new endeavor. The sheriff’s office also expressed appreciation to the new chief for his years of dedicated service.
“Rory Bradley, we congratulate you on your recent appointment and know that you will do excellent things for the citizens of Wellington City,” the Carbon County Sheriff’s Office shared on Tuesday. “We look forward to working together and the continued law enforcement partnership. We wish you the best in your new endeavor and thank you for your service at the Carbon County Sheriff’s Office.”
Bradley will be sworn in at the Wellington City Council meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 22 before taking up his new position on Aug. 27.