Hall named head of Temecula sheriff’s station

By on February 1, 2020

Zach Hall, a 22-year veteran of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, has been named captain of the department’s Temecula station.

Hall, who began his new job Jan. 16, succeeds Capt. Lisa McConnell, who had been in charge of the Temecula station since July 2017, according to a statement on Temecula’s website.

McConnell is now in charge of the Riverside County Communications Center under Sheriff Chad Bianco.

“Public Safety is Temecula’s highest priority and I’m proud of our long history of exemplary leadership in law enforcement,” Mayor James Stewart said in the statement. “Temecula remains among the safest cities in the United States, and we are confident Captain Hall will build upon the strong momentum of Temecula’s outstanding public safety track record.”

Since joining the department in 1998, Hall has worked multiple assignments in its corrections division, field operations and administration, according to the statement.