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Burlington Police Chief Announces Retirement; Lieutenant Brian Zmudzinski Stepping into Role

According to a press release from the City of Burlington, Chief Mark Anderson provided his retirement intention to the City of Burlington after 27 years of service to the community. Over his tenure, he has served Burlington as a Dispatcher, Patrol Officer, Detective, Field Training Officer, School Resource Officer, Lieutenant, and Chief of Police. Anderson will retire on May 20, and the Police and Fire Commission have announced the selection of Lieutenant Brian Zmudzinski as the City of Burlington’s next Police Chief. He will begin the position on May 21. Lieutenant Zmudzinski has served in the City of Burlington Police Department for 17 years. He has served in several assignments including a Field Training Officer, Honor Guard Member, Bike Patrol Officer, Firearms and Unified Tactics Instructor and Field Training Coordinator. He was promoted to Sergeant in September 2010 and further promoted to Lieutenant in October 2015.

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