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Minneapolis Police Chief calling it quits

Chief Tim Dolan has notified Mayor R.T. Rybak that he will not seek a third term. His current contract expires in January of 2013. Dolan has been the city's Police Chief since 2006 and joined the department in 1983 after working as a deputy for the Hennepin County Sheriff's Department.
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Chief Tim Dolan has notified Mayor R.T. Rybak that he will not seek a third term. His current contract expires in January of 2013. Dolan has been the city's Police Chief since 2006 and joined the department in 1983 after working as a deputy for the Hennepin County Sheriff's Department.

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