Philly cops taking top jobs in the quiet suburbs
"I would drink coffee... and read about the shootings," a Chief says. "Now I drink tea and read about auto accidents"
By Bonnie L. Cook
The Philadelphia Inquirer
PHILADELPHIA — When Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Bill Colarulo takes the reins of the Radnor Police Department next month, he may be in for a surprise.
That BlackBerry that now buzzes incessantly with the last city crime report - well, it will be a lot quieter.
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