Hartford Deputy Police Chief Brian Foley has announced Wednesday that he will be retiring at the end of May.
Foley, along with Police Chief David Rosado, will be announcing the plans to transition Foley’s responsibilities in the coming weeks.
Hartford Mayor Bronin released the following statement regarding Foley’s retirement:
“Deputy Chief Brian Foley represents the very best of the Hartford Police Department, and we are deeply grateful for his more than two decades of exemplary service. He has helped our department set a national standard for transparency, accountability, and engagement, and he has been deeply committed to the mission of building trust between our police department and the Hartford community. We’re a better City because of his service, and the work he has done will have a lasting impact on Hartford. On behalf of the City of Hartford, I want to thank him for his many years of dedicated service, and wish him well in whatever he chooses to pursue.”
In a statement, Foley said, in part, “…I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for believing in me, for supporting the Hartford Police Department and for allowing us to figure things out together. I will never forget you. I will not be far and you can bet I will always support and promote our capital city.”
Thank you for your service!