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Regina Police Chief Evan Bray to retire

Bray set to leave after seven years as Police Chief and 28 years with Regina Police Service.
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Regina Police Chief Evan Bray, seen speaking to reporters following a Board of Police Commissioners meeting last year, has announced his retirement.

REGINA - Regina Police Chief Evan Bray has announced he will be retiring.

Bray made public his retirement in a statement on social media Wednesday morning. The police chief has indicated he announced his intentions to the Board of Police Commissioners on Tuesday. 

Bray’s retirement will take effect on his last day June 30. The search now begins for a replacement and more details on that process are expected.

The full statement from Police Chief Bray on Twitter is as follows:

“Yesterday, I announced to the Board my intention to retire.  Being Regina’s Chief of Police has been the biggest honour of my professional life! I truly value the friendships and relationships I have had the opportunity to make over the years.

“This year marks my 28th year with the Regina Police Service and 7th year as Chief.  In that time, although there have been significant challenges, I have been witness to some of the most incredible acts of bravery, professionalism and human connection.

“I will take the opportunity for a formal thank you closer to June 30th, which will be my last working day.  I’m excited to have no immediate plans upon retirement and take some time with family and friends before charting the next part of my life!”

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