A release from the city issued the evening of Oct. 21 states the decision is still subject to City Council confirmation Nov. 4.
Standridge beat out Chief Robert Brown, who leads the Duncanville Police Department, for the position.
“Chief Standridge rose to the top of a very competitive and highly qualified field of applicants,” City Manager Bert Lumbreras said in the release. “It’s clear that our community wants a leader who understands our demographics and is adept at serving every single resident in a cohesive and thoughtful manner. Chief Standridge has the proven ability to be a community leader, and he’s the right person to lead our men and women in blue into the future.”
Following council confirmation, Standridge will begin his position Nov. 16, according to the release.