Millersville Police Chief Mark Palmer To Retire After 30 Year Career
MILLERSVILLE POLICE (Smokey Barn News) – The City of Millersville has announced that the city’s current Police Chief Mark Palmer will retire following a 30 plus year career in Law Enforcement.
Chief Palmer was appointed as Chief of Police in Millersville on January 15th, 2017 after serving with several agencies throughout the Robertson County area over the years.
“The City of Millersville is very appreciative of the work, dedication and professionalism displayed by Chief Palmer, the city said in a statement Tuesday. “We wish him the best in his retirement.”
“I would like to say that the years I have dedicated to this city have been very memorable for me and have actually assisted in making me the person I am; I am truly thankful for these years,” Palmer said.
Chief Palmer makes his home in Millersville and will continue to be a valuable asset to the city as he will continue to be a volunteer on the Millersville Fire Department where he has also served for many years.
Palmer’s last day will be March 10th. Assistant Chief Dustin Carr will be assigned as Interim Chief of Police.
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