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Peel Regional Police Deputy Chief Chris McCord retires


December 1, 2019
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Deputy Chief Chris McCord has retired from Peel Regional Police Service. McCord was named acting head of the service in January after Chief Jennifer Evans announced her retirement.

McCord, who began his policing career in Northern Ireland, immigrated to Canada in 1988 and started working for Peel Regional Police.

He also served as Deputy Director of the Unified Command Centre in Barrie during the G20 meetings in June 2010.

He served as Deputy Chief since November 2012.

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  1. Paul Morris says:

    Best wishes to Chris McCord and family, proud of all your achievements Chris, you came a long way from Royal Ulster Constabulary GC , Fortwilliam to Interim Chief of Peel Police. Enjoy your retirement, as my wife said when I retired 12 years ago, not retired just under new management. Hope to see you if your ever home to sunny Larne. Best wishes.Paul Morris.

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