BACK IN MADISON.
A FAMILIAR FACE IS STEPPING IN FOR KALEEM CAIRE.
AT THE URBAN LEAGUE FOR GREATER MADISON.
JENNIFER HOFF HAS CONTINUING COVERAGE.
ON THE CHANGING LEADERSHIP.
ON FRIDAY, NOBLE WRAY MADE HIS FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE.
SINCE HE RETIRED AS MADISON'S POLICE CHIEF LAST FALL.
NOBLE WRAY says, Any time I get an opportunity to
serve, not only this community, but the men and women
that work so hard and tirelessly at the Urban League,
I got to do what I can do to help out..:16
WRAY WILL SERVE FOR ABOUT SIX MONTHS, OR UNTIL THE
LEAGUE FINDS A PERMANENT REPLACEMENT FOR KALEEM CAIRE.
WHO RECENTLY ANNOUNCED HIS RESIGNATION.
THE LEAGUE HAS SERVED NINE TIMES AS MANY ADULTS, SINCE
CAIRE TOOK OVER FOUR YEARS AGO.
HIS BIGGEST PUSH -- A FAILED PREP SCHOOL AIMED AT
NOBLE says, Make no mistake about it, his footprint
in this area is going to be pretty big shoes to fill..:59
WRAY WASN'T CONCERNED.
BUT HE CITED FISCAL STABILITY AS ONE OF HIS SHORT
NOBLE says, The first thing you want to do is ensure
you're on solid fiscal ground because there's change
and stress at the top and the other thing is making
sure we're delivering on our services and the third
thing is we're part of this important communty dialogue
that's taking place right now..:51
THERE'S A NATIONWIDE SEARCH FOR THE LEAGUE'S NEXT
LEADER, AND WRAY INSISTS IT'S NOT HIM, ESPECIALLY.
SINCE HE SAID HE SERVED
30 YEARS WITH THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.
NOBLE says, I'd probably have to end up getting a
divorce and I don't want to do that laughs..:03
IN MADISON, JENNIFER HOFF, WISC TV.
KALEEM CAIRE HASN'T SPOKEN PUBLICLY YET.
HIS LAST DAY IS MARCH 31ST, WHILE WRAY STARTS NEXT