Thank you, Chief


Men and women in uniform packed London City Council chambers Friday afternoon to honor David Wiseman, the city’s outgoing police chief. Top left, U.S. Marshal and former LPD chief Pete Tobin speaks to the crowd about Wiseman’s achievements; below left, Madison County Sheriff Jim Sabin presents Wiseman with recognition from the Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association, noting that Wiseman has held deputy status since 1988; at right, Wiseman poses with a cake. Wiseman, who has accepted a position with the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office overseeing a training academy, retired effective Dec. 28 after 26 years with the department.

Men and women in uniform packed London City Council chambers Friday afternoon to honor David Wiseman, the city’s outgoing police chief. Top left, U.S. Marshal and former LPD chief Pete Tobin speaks to the crowd about Wiseman’s achievements; below left, Madison County Sheriff Jim Sabin presents Wiseman with recognition from the Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association, noting that Wiseman has held deputy status since 1988; at right, Wiseman poses with a cake. Wiseman, who has accepted a position with the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office overseeing a training academy, retired effective Dec. 28 after 26 years with the department.


Men and women in uniform packed London City Council chambers Friday afternoon to honor David Wiseman, the city’s outgoing police chief. Top left, U.S. Marshal and former LPD chief Pete Tobin speaks to the crowd about Wiseman’s achievements; below left, Madison County Sheriff Jim Sabin presents Wiseman with recognition from the Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association, noting that Wiseman has held deputy status since 1988; at right, Wiseman poses with a cake. Wiseman, who has accepted a position with the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office overseeing a training academy, retired effective Dec. 28 after 26 years with the department.

Men and women in uniform packed London City Council chambers Friday afternoon to honor David Wiseman, the city’s outgoing police chief. Top left, U.S. Marshal and former LPD chief Pete Tobin speaks to the crowd about Wiseman’s achievements; below left, Madison County Sheriff Jim Sabin presents Wiseman with recognition from the Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association, noting that Wiseman has held deputy status since 1988; at right, Wiseman poses with a cake. Wiseman, who has accepted a position with the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office overseeing a training academy, retired effective Dec. 28 after 26 years with the department.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2016/01/web1_wisemanpartycenter.jpgMen and women in uniform packed London City Council chambers Friday afternoon to honor David Wiseman, the city’s outgoing police chief. Top left, U.S. Marshal and former LPD chief Pete Tobin speaks to the crowd about Wiseman’s achievements; below left, Madison County Sheriff Jim Sabin presents Wiseman with recognition from the Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association, noting that Wiseman has held deputy status since 1988; at right, Wiseman poses with a cake. Wiseman, who has accepted a position with the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office overseeing a training academy, retired effective Dec. 28 after 26 years with the department.

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