North Mankato Police Chief announces retirement

(North Mankato, MN) – North Mankato Police Chief Chris Boyer has announced his retirement.

Boyer’s career in law enforcement has spanned approximately 30 years.  He joined the North Mankato Police Department as a patrol officer in 2000, and was named Chief of Police in 2008.

Of his service to North Mankato, Chief Boyer says:

“To be able to serve in my hometown for these many years has been a true privilege.  I am fortunate to work with men and women in the North Mankato Police Department who put themselves at risk for the betterment of the greater community.  I’m thankful for this tremendous opportunity.”

North Mankato mayor Mark Dehen credits Boyer with being “largely responsible” for North Mankato’s three-time recognition as one of the safest communities in Minnesota.

The search for a new Chief of Police has already begun.

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