Tracy Police Department Chief Introduces their CordicoShield Wellness App

In rolling out the CordicoShield app, Police Chief Sekou Millington, made this video message introducing the app.  The text from the video is seen below.

Hello, this is your Police Chief, Sekou Millington. The Tracy Police Department recently partnered with Cordico, which is a trusted employee wellness and resiliency app, for our police personnel. Cordico has been vetted, and their advisory board includes Dr. Kevin Gilmartin, author of “Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement.” Cordico is the leader in public safety wellness. The origin of the word Cordico stems from two words, cordis, which means from the heart, and cortico, which means human thought. Combining the two words brings together the word Cordico. Our sworn and professional staff are our greatest asset. And often, we’re so focused on the safety and well-being of others we neglect our own health. Wellness, stress management, and self care is key as we navigate through a high stress profession. I’ve looked through the app and it’s very robust. Easy to navigate and 100% confidential. You’ll have access to resources, support and guidance on a variety of wellness topics. Some key features include 24/7 access, confidentiality, wellness tools for you and your spouse. This is truly a one-stop wellness toolbox. I encourage you to go to Google Play store or the App Store and locate our app, which is labeled Tracy Police Department. I also want to thank each and every one of you for your resiliency and your hard work. Take care and be safe.

About Chief Sekou Millington

Tracy Police Chief Sekou Millington began with Tracy PD on January 27, 2020. Chief Millington brings over 20 years of experience most recently serving as Police Captian for the Oakland Police Department where he rose through the ranks.

Chief Millington served the Oakland coummunity in a number of assignments including, but not limited to Community Policing, where he worked to build and strengthen community-police relationships by partnering with community leaders and stakeholders. He also worked narcotics enforceemnt where he spent time undercover working to get illicit drugs off the streets, conducting investigations where he liaised with federal agencies suchs as the DEA, FBI, ATF and the US Marshals service. Chief Millington has an extensive SWAT experience serving as an Operator, Team Leader and then Tactical Commander.

While assigned as the Training Section Commander, Chief Millington servedd on the Department and Executive Force Review Boards, where he worked with other executive staff members to formulate strategies to keep the department on the cutting edge of contemporary policing strategies. His final assignment with the Oakland Police Deparment was as the Internal Affairs Division Commander.

Chief Millington attended Union Institute and University, where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justince and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership. Chief Millington also attended the FBI National Academy, where he earned his Certificate of Achievement in Criminal Justice Educatino from the University of Virginia. Cheif Millington is a member of a number of local and national law enforcement organizations including the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) where he proudly served as a two term Chapter Presdient, The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), Califonria Police Chiefs Association (CPCA), and Police Executive Review Forum (PERF).