Ill. police chief pulls together new agency in 2 months
By Lisa Black
The Chicago Tribune
HAINESVILLE, Ill. — Police Chief Ronald Roth started his job in February with only a desk, a box of paper clips and his title.
With no staff, no equipment, no uniform or badge, he promised to provide 24-hour police service to tiny Hainesville within three months.
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