Former Atlantic City deputy police chief William Glass a candidate for public safety director -- despite being banned from city employment - Press of Atlantic City: Atlantic City | Pleasantville | Brigantine

Former Atlantic City deputy police chief William Glass a candidate for public safety director -- despite being banned from city employment

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Posted: Friday, November 18, 2011 10:13 pm

ATLANTIC CITY - Local elected officials will consider bringing back former Deputy Police Chief William Glass as public safety director but must first undo a ban on his employment - part of a $500,000 lawsuit settlement between the municipality and its first pick for top law enforcement official.

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