A week ago today, Lafayette Mayor-President Joel Robideaux named Toby Jean Aguillard as the Lafayette Police Department’s new chief.

Aguillard comes from Tangipahoa Parish, where he served as Director of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office’s Internet Crimes Against Children Division. He previously served for the Cameron and West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office. He also served as Assistant District Attorney in Cameron Parish and Assistant Attorney General and Special Agent at the Louisiana Department of Justice.

Chief Aguillard says he’s looking to start on Monday. What kind of changes will he make? What about the role of community policing and the public? How will he address internet crimes against children? What’s his vision for Lafayette?

Meet Lafayette’s new Police Chief Toby Aguillard by listening below to his discussion with KPEL’s Rob Kirkpatrick and Bernadette Lee of “Acadiana’s Morning News.”