United States Capitol Police Announce Retirement of Assistant Chief of Police Daniel Malloy
|United States Capitol Police||Chief Kim C. Dine|
|119 D Street, NE|
|Washington, D.C. 20510||April 14, 2015|
WASHINGTON, DC - The United States Capitol Police (USCP) today announced that Assistant Chief of Police and Chief of Operations Daniel Malloy has announced his retirement from the United States Capitol Police, effective April 30, 2015.
Throughout his distinguished 30-year career with the USCP which began in 1985, Assistant Chief Malloy has demonstrated a tremendous amount of dedication to the women and men of the Department. He has exhibited great leadership consistent with USCP core values and always works cooperatively, putting the Department first.
Throughout his tenure, Assistant Chief Malloy has gained vast experience working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders and law enforcement partners. His varied experiences and his personal leadership traits have served the Department and the Congressional community well.
"I want to thank Assistant Chief Malloy for his incredible loyalty, hard work, and dedication to our mission and to the men and women of the Department. His support and leadership has had a direct impact on the USCP. Assistant Chief Malloy's tireless efforts, relentlessly positive attitude, and true example of hard work have been a positive example for so many and has moved many elements of our vision forward," said Chief of Police, Kim C. Dine.
If there are any questions about the information in this press release or our security procedures, you may contact the United States Capitol Police Public Information Office at 202-224-1677.
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|Lieutenant Kimberly Schneider|
|Public Information Officer|
|United States Capitol Police|
About the U.S. Capitol Police:
The U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) is comprised of over 2,000 sworn and civilian employees. The USCP is the sole federal law enforcement agency in the Legislative branch of government whose mission it is to protect the Congress, its legislative processes, Members, employees, visitors, and facilities from crime, disruption, or terrorism. We protect and secure Congress so it can fulfill its constitutional responsibilities in a safe and open environment.