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New Coral Springs Police Chief Sworn In

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New Coral Springs Police Chief Sworn In

Bradley McKeone Officially Sworn In As 7th Police Chief Of Coral Springs.

New Coral Springs Police Chief Sworn In - Bradley Mckeone

New Coral Springs Police Chief Sworn In – Bradley Mckeone, Image Credit: Twitter

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Boca Post (BocaPost.com) — Coral Springs Police Department has officially sworn in Bradley McKeone as the 7th Police Chief in the history of Coral Springs.

McKeone has replaced Clyde Parry who retired today after 35 years of service to the City of Coral Springs.

McKeone has been climbing the ranks during his time with the City of Coral Springs Police Department for 23 years. Coral Springs’s new top cop says he is honored to accept this position.

Boca Post first reported on Coral Springs selecting then-deputy chief McKeone as the new Police Chief of Coral Springs in April.

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