Atlantic City's Police Chief Retiring

Thursday, Nov 21, 2013  |  Updated 9:04 AM EDT
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Atlantic City's Police Chief Retiring

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Atlantic City's police chief will retire after 40 years on the job.

Chief Ernest Jubilee has announced he'll step down on Nov. 30.

Jubilee tells The Press of Atlantic City he plans to play some golf and spend time with his grandchildren.

"I think it's going to be fun starting something different," Jubilee said. "Not that I have a job right now. I'm not looking."

It's not yet known who will replace Jubilee.

The AC police department right now is dealing with accusations of police brutality after the NBC10 Investigators revealed video and the story behind the alleged beating of an unarmed man by police.

Jubilee's retirement will take place before Mayor-elect Don Guardian takes office on Jan. 1.

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