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I have the upmost respect and admiration for Chief Evangelous and the manner in which he leads the WPD. He seems to be a soft spoken, highly educated man with high moral convictions. Though I do not work for him, I have learned, from those who do, he has high expectations for his officers and is quick to recognize those officers who, consistently, preform as expected. When unfortunate situations, such as this, arise he seems to be just as fair and just in his actions. The head of any law enforcement agency will certainly never be able to lead without some segment of society being unhappy. Chief Evangelous dealt with this issue in a manner which will prevent future repetition. The agency, and the public which it serves, can continue on knowing that the best man, for the job, is keeping watch over those sworn to keep watch over us.

Wilmington Observer

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