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January 16, 1986

Deputy Police Chief Daniel R. Sullivan, the highest-ranking Los Angeles police official in the San Fernando Valley, announced he will retire after a 25-year career. Sullivan, an outspoken and frequently controversial police official who has been assigned to the Valley Bureau since 1982, said he will leave Feb. 7 to become a vice president for Paul Chamberlain International, a private detective agency in Beverly Hills. Sullivan, 47, said he has "not been chafing at the bit to leave the department, but 25 years is a long time. I just feel its time to move on."

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