Delaware River Port Authority police chief will retire next month

    David J. McClintock, chief of police for the Delaware River Port Authority, will retire next month.

    McClintock will pursue work in the private sector, according to a DRPA news release.

    “I’m leaving with a heavy heart, but I’m also leaving behind one of the finest police departments in the region,” McClintock said in his announcement.


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    McClintock has been working for the DRPA police since 1979 and became chief in 2008 after stints as corporal, sergeant and inspector.

    His retirement is effective May 15, and no replacement has been named.

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