Huntersville police chief retires after almost 9 years
After a 39-year career in law enforcement, Huntersville [NC] Police Chief Philip Potter announced his retirement last week. Potter served as chief in Huntersville for nearly nine years after working for 30 years in Piqua, Ohio, where he served as chief for 12 of those years. During his time in Huntersville, town officials said Potter oversaw a department that grew alongside the town’s population – which now exceeds 50,000 – as well as an increasing commercial and retail base.
Officials also credit Potter with the police department being accredited through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies since 2008.
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