After 30 years in Pleasanton’s police force, Chief Michael Frazer is ready to retire. His career is a showcase of hardwork, personal advancement, and loyalty to a city and department.

He had been serving as Chief since he was appointed in 2007.

From the Contra Costa Times:

After being a fixture in the city’s police department for the past 30 years, Chief Michael Fraser has decided to retire.

Fraser was appointed to the city’s top police spot in 2007 and held numerous positions from beat officer to SWAT to detective and was one of the city’s first motorcycle officers. His last day is Nov. 12.

“You name it, he has done it,” said Nelson Fialho, Pleasanton’s city manager who appointed Fraser to the position in 2007.

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