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Phoenix Chief Retires, Mayor Laments 'Vindictive' Politics

April 18, 2011  | 

A month after he was reassigned over questions about the way he reported crime statistics, Phoenix Public Safety Manager Jack Harris has announced his retirement.

Harris retired by sending a one-line e-mail to the city's top administrator. Mayor Phil Gordon told the Arizona Republic he regretted the retirement, calling it a lamentable result of "vindictive" political maneuvering.

Read the full story at AZCentral.com.

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