Ronald Sellon is the Police Chief for the town of Mansfield Massachusetts. He is a military veteran, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Law Enforcement, Masters degree in Public Safety Administration, and Juris Doctor law degree. He is a licensed attorney, graduate of the FBI National Academy session 245 and Police Executive Research Forums Senior Management Institute Session 65. As Police Chief, in addition to his other duties he is responsible for public safety at the Xfinity Center, a 20,000 seat outdoor amphitheater in Mansfield that welcomes between 30 and 40 concerts every summer. He sits on the Board of Directors of the Bristol County Police Chiefs Association, and is currently the 1st Vice President of the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council, which provides mutual aid facilitation of specialized services for over 40 communities and a million residents in the Boston metro area. In this capacity he is also a control Chief for the STAR team. He currently sits on the Executive Board as Vice President Treasurer of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and previously sat on the Human and Civil Rights committee.