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Taylorsville Police Chief Douglas Bowman
Courtesy of Taylorsville PD Facebook Page

Taylorsville Police Chief Announces Retirement

After three years in the position, Taylorsville Police Chief Douglas Bowman has announced his retirement. It will be effective August 31. Bowman has served as a police officer in the town for three decades.

Bowman began his career with the Taylorsville Police Department in 1993. He was named Chief in 2020. Bowman’s thirty years of full-time service marks the longest tenured Police Officer in Taylorsville history.

At the Taylorsville Town Council meeting on Tuesday (August 8), the board agreed to surplus Bowman’s service weapon and and present it to him as a gift. Bowman said on Wednesday (August 9) he plans to spend a lot of time with his family and enjoy some hunting trips with his father, retired Sheriff Chris Bowman and his young son.

[Story courtesy of Rick Gilbert, WACB]