PO Box 1491 Vallejo, CA 94590
(707) 644-3913

Another VPD Employee Calls it Quits

For Immediate Release

August 15, 2022

Contact:(707) 644-3913 ~ [email protected]

Another VPD Employee Calls it Quit

Vallejo, CA – The Vallejo Police Officers’ Association has become aware of the recent resignation of Police Information Analyst Brittany K. Jackson.

This is at least the fifth direct report hired by Chief Williams to resign since he became Chief.

The VPOA and the City just signed an agreement where a sworn (police officer) Public Information Officer (PIO) will return and be utilized to work collaboratively with a civilian public relations person. We believe combining these skillsets is the most effective and efficient use of personnel which will ultimately provide the citizens of Vallejo the best avenues of communication.

While we believe the Department should have both sworn and non sworn media/public relations staff, the VPOA did not advocate for Ms. Jasckon's departure (contrary to rumors). We would like to thank Ms. Jackson for her hard work and dedication to increasing communication and social media outreach to the community. We wish her the best in her future endeavors.


The Vallejo Police Officers’ Association (VPOA) was incorporated in 1957. The VPOA is the recognized bargaining unit between all Vallejo Police Officers and the City of Vallejo.

Members include all ranks of officers – Captains, Lieutenants, Sergeants, Corporals and Officers.

The VPOA does not represent the Chief of Police or the Deputy Police Chiefs.

The business function of the VPOA is to protect the collective interests of the members of the Vallejo Police Department and provide benefits to its members. The VPOA is also committed to the safety

and security of the citizens of Vallejo and the protection of life and property.

For more information, please visit www.vallejopoa.org