(BOISE, Idaho) -- Charlene Miller, the director of the Boise Police Crime Prevention Neighborhood Watch, retired Wednesday at a ceremony at City Hall West.
Miller, an 18-year veteran of the Boise Police Department, is retiring to spend more time with her family and to work on personal projects.
"Working at Boise Police Department has been a privilege,” Miller said, “and when giving presentations in the community I’ve considered it an honor to represent BPD and serve the citizens of Boise."
Set to replace Miller is Carrie Demirelli, formerly the Police Department Child and Teen Safety program director. She has 20 years of experience on the force.
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