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Delaware State Police Announce Retirement of Major Simpson

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Dover, Del.- Delaware State Police announced today the retirement of Major Charles J. Simpson. Major Simpson has served the citizens of Delaware for over 33 years.
Police say Major Charles J. Simpson was hired on September 2, 1980 into the 42nd DSP Recruit Class. They say Major Simpson began his career in Sussex County and then moved to New Castle County where he worked at Troop 1 and Troop 6 and became a Canine Handler. Police say Major Simpson worked in the Special Investigations Unit (SIU), was a member of the North Hostage Negotiation Team and was Officer in Charge of the Intelligence Unit. Major Simpson was promoted to Captain in June 2000 and assigned to Troop 2 as Commander. He later became the Commander of SIU.  Major Simpson and his family moved back to Sussex County where he became Commander at Troop 4.  After four years as Troop Commander, Major Simpson was promoted to Major and joined the Executive Staff as the Operations Major for Kent and Sussex Counties. 
Police say Major Simpson retired today after 33 years. He resides in Lewes, Delaware with his wife Donna. He is a proud father of Josh, Alaina, Emily and Colleen and a very proud grandfather of Madison, Mackenzie and Michael, with another on the way.
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