FAMU police chief to retire amid hazing case allegations

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FAMU police chief will step down

The police chief at Florida A&M University is retiring less than a week after reports surfaced that Tallahassee authorities didn't receive timely information about an off-campus hazing incident from 2010, the school announced Tuesday.

The university said Calvin Ross, 63, will retire May 1 after 11 years with the university and 40 years in law enforcement. Ross, who previously headed the state's Department of Juvenile Justice, asked to be put on leave immediately.

Associated Press

FAMU police chief to retire amid hazing case allegations 04/03/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, April 3, 2012 11:09pm]

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