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Jolley named head of police chiefs association


May 30. 2013 4:36PM


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At the annual meeting of the Northeast Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association, Robert Jolley, chief of police in Dallas Township, was elected president of the organization.


Chef Jolley was sworn in by Justice James Tupper.


The Northeast Pennsylvania Police Chiefs Association was incorporated in 1952 and is comprised of 23 counties.


Also elected to serve the association were the following police chiefs: Al Walker, vice president; Michael Flanagan, secretary; Keith Keiper, financial secretary; Dan Huntsinger, treasurer; David Souchick, sergeant at arms; Howard Kocher, chaplain and Tim Trently, chairman of the board.


Retired Kingston Township Police Chief Paul Sabol continues to serve as President Emeritus of the association.




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