Chino Police Chief Retires

(December 10)  Chino Police Chief Miles Pruitt has moved into retirement after 31 years with the department.
Pruit began with Chino P.D. in 1983 as a reserve police officer in the city. He was hired as a full-time patrolman in 1985.  He eventually promoted to sergeant, and in that rank served as a field supervisor, team leader on the SWAT team, watch commander and problem oriented policing team leader.
He became lieutenant in 2005. After two years in that billet he was  promoted to captain in 2007. In 2009, when then-chief Stan Stewart retired, he was elevated to chief.

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