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Jackson police chief retires after 35 years in law enforcement

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JACKSON TWP, Ohio - Jackson Township trustees honored their retiring police chief Tuesday.

Ken Frost is stepping aside after five years as police chief and 35 years in law enforcement.

He's credited with raising the bar in the Jackson township Police Department.

Trustee and brother Tom Frost, presented a retirement badge during the event.

The retiring chief says he is proud of the officers who have worked under him the past five years.

"These people really pull together in North Jackson. This is a fine community here, and the police department is awesome. I would put them up against anyone," Ken Frost said. "Everyone who worked under me and works under me now, they're just fantastic officers. I'm very proud of every one of them." Frost said.

Ken Frost will be succeeded by Greg Taillon, who will be sworn in as the new chief Wednesday evening.

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