December 31, 2015 9:00 am

WATCH: Calgary Police Chief Roger Chaffin talks gun and gang violence, fentanyl, plans for 2016


It’s only been a little over two months since Calgary’s new top cop took charge.

Chief Roger Chaffin brings decades of experience to the table; he’s been with the Calgary Police Service for nearly 30 years.

Global’s Nancy Hixt sat down with Chief Chaffin for a special look back at his first couple of months on the job, and ahead at what he sees as the major challenges for 2016.

Watch above to see what he had to say about the fentanyl crisis sweeping the province and how that’s increasing crime in our city, the recent spate of gun and gang violence in Calgary, and how he plans to keep the city safe in the new year.

READ MORE: Calgary police chief warns of ‘fluid’ gangs, more weapons on city streets

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