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Deputy Mansfield Police Chief Retires

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  Original Published: 2/28/2014The highest-ranking female officer the Mansfield Police Department has ever had, is hanging-up her badge. Deputy Police Chief Tobie Smith retired Friday, with a ceremony and reception in a standing room only city council chambers. We had to briefly interrupt the long line of people waiting to hug her to get a few farewell comments. Smith says she enjoyed every second she worked for the Mansfield Police Department, and is especially proud of her community service work, such as being a DARE officer. She has no plans to retirement, other than to travel and spend time with her family. Smith was showered with gifts and plaques, as her many well-wishers enjoyed punch and cake.
   
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