CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The City of Cleveland now has a new police chief and safety director.
Calvin Williams was named Cleveland's new police chief.
Wayne Drummond will now take over Williams' position as deputy chief, and Dennis Hill is now commander of the Fifth District.
“These are very difficult decisions that have to be made. These men have demonstrated their commitment to the City of Cleveland. I want to thank Martin Flask for all the work that he’s done," said Jackson.
The mayor said Flask, who was the city's safety director, will now work directly for him.
Flask will continue to earn $121,000. But both McGrath and Williams will receive $10,000 raises.
McGrath will now make $122,000 a year and Williams will earn $119,000.