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Capitol Police’s Chief Administrative Officer to Retire

The chief administrative officer of the U.S. Capitol Police announced her retirement Wednesday.

Gloria Jarmon, who joined the Capitol Police in February 2008, will retire Sept. 10 to start her own financial services firm.

During her time with the department, Jarmon worked on the 2009 presidential inauguration, helped launch the agency’s radio modernization program and helped the department get reaccreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement.

“I will miss my work and the people at the U.S. Capitol Police, but it’s time for me to move to a new chapter in my life,” Jarmon said in a release.

Before joining the Capitol Police, Jarmon worked for the U.S. Government Accountability Office and KPMG Peat Marwick, an accounting firm.

Jarmon’s replacement has not been announced.

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