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April 2, 2014

Rapid City Police Chief Announces Retirement

Rapid City Police Chief Steve Allender has announced his plan to retire May 30th. Allender joined the Rapid City Police Department May 28, 1985, and rose through the ranks to become Police Chief in July 2007. The Rapid City Journal has a timeline of his career, and MyTown has a 10 minute interview.

More information on the Rapid City Police Department can be found on the department page and in the archive.

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