HILLIARD, Ohio– Hilliard policeman lined the sidewalk to the flagpole outside the Security Providers Structure on Friday to honor retiring Authorities Chief Eric Grile
After 29 years in police, with 6 of those years remaining in Hilliard, Friday was Grile’s last day. Grile invested the in 2015 as the department’s chief.
Grile destroyed as he thanked the department, Hilliard city leaders, and his household for their assistance.
” It’s not a simple choice, particularly when you deal with the quality of individuals that are here in Hilliard. They extended me the honor to make their trust. That established really deep relationships with a great deal of individuals. That’s what inconveniences,” Grile stated.
On Monday, previous Columbus Authorities Interim Chief Mike Woods will be formally sworn in as chief.
Woods was employed by Hilliard 8 months ago to take control of when Grile retired.