South Windsor PD names new chief

SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn. (WTNH) — The South Windsor Police Department has named a new police chief.

Timothy M. Edwards, who has been the acting police chief since Chief Matt Reed retired in June, has been selected as the department’s fifth permanent chief, effective Wednesday.

Chief Edwards has been with the South Windsor Police Department for 27 years.

A swearing in ceremony will be held within the next few weeks.

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