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Ashwaubenon Department of Public Safety Chief Dunning retires

ASHWAUBENON – Ashwaubenon Public Safety Chief Eric Dunning will be retire from the department on June 21, after 25 years of service.

Dunning started his career with Ashwaubenon Public Safety on Sept. 12, 1994.

He has held the positions of public safety officer, lieutenant and commander before taking on the position of chief in 2007.

Dunning is a graduate of the FBI National Academy Class 237 and he has served on numerous committees over the years.

He has been the president of the Brown County Chiefs of Police Association for six years and he served on the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Leadership Foundation for three years.

Throughout his career, Dunning volunteered countless hours through events including National Night Out, Shop with a Cop, COPS Kids Camp, Goof on a Roof, Special Olympics Torch Run, Lights of Christmas, Fill the Cruiser and his favorite event Santa Ride with the Fire Truck.

The department has said it extends sincere appreciation to Dunning for devoting his career to the service of others and offers congratulations and best wishes as he moves on to the next chapter in his life.

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