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O'Donnell named head of State Police

March 7, 2011

PROVIDENCE — Just days after Col. Brendan Doherty announced his resignation as Superintendent of the State Police, Gov. Lincoln Chafee has selected U.S. Marshal Steven O’Donnell as his replacement.
Chafee introduced O’Donnell as “a leader who has not only met expectations, but continuously exceeded them during a long and distinguished career.” He recalled that, in 1996, then-President Bill Clinton named O’Donnell as one of the nation’s 10 “Top Cops.”

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