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Elkins police chief to resign at month’s end

ELKINS, W.Va. — After two years on the job, Elkins Police Department Chief Glenn Galloway is resigning.

Chief Galloway submitted his letter of resignation Tuesday, City Hall announced via Facebook Wednesday morning.

He has served the City since July 2017, during which time the department grew in numbers, training and community outreach.

In his letter of resignation, Chief Galloway said, “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time in this position with the Elkins Police Department and would like to thank everyone that works for the City of Elkins for your help and consideration, during my time here. Elkins will always hold a special place in my heart.”

Chief Galloway has accepted another position. His resignation is effective July 6.





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