Sep 29, 2015

Cody police chief Perry Rockvam announces retirement

Cody Police Chief Perry Rockvam has announced his retirement, effective at the end of October.

Rockvam notified Cody City Administrator Barry Cook of his plans on Monday and the city publicly announced Rockvam's retirement this (Tuesday) afternoon.

Rockvam has served the city of Cody for more than 20 years, including serving as chief of police for the last 11.

Perry Rockvam. Photo courtesy City of Cody
"He has had an outstanding career in law enforcement for over 30 years, and brought a high level of professionalism to the department," said a news release from the city.

Rockvam's retirement comes weeks after the resignation of Assistant Cody Police Chief George Menig, who announced his departure from the department in early August.

In Tuesday's release, administrator Cook said he respected and appreciated Rockvam's "leadership and dedication to not only the department but the whole community."

Rockvam will help the city start the process of selecting a new police chief, the release said.

"Barry (Cook), along with the City Council, wish him the very best in his future and thank him for all the support he has given to the City Administrator during his first year in that position," the city's release said. "He will be missed by many not only in the city but throughout the entire community."

0 comments:

Post a Comment

Copyright © Cody News Company | Powered by Blogger

Design by Anders Noren | Blogger Theme by NewBloggerThemes.com