REDDING, Calif. - Redding Police Chief Roger Moore announced his retirement from the Redding Police Department on Tuesday, according to City Manager Barry Tippin.
His last day as Chief of Police for the city of Redding will be Oct. 4, 2019.
Moore joined the Redding Police Department in 1995 and served in various roles before being promoted to chief.
“I have had the privilege of serving over 30 years in law enforcement and I feel tremendously blessed to have served 24 years of my career here at the Redding Police Department,” Moore said. “It has been my honor to lead our department during the past several years.”
Moore said he plans to spend time with his family after he retires.
“The City of Redding will miss Chief Moore greatly,” Tippin said. “Roger has been a valuable member of the City team and is a truly special individual. I wish him well in all his future endeavors.”
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