DOVER, Del. (AP) - The head of the Delaware State Police is retiring from the force later this month after almost 28 years in uniform.
Officials said Tuesday that police superintendent Col. Robert Coupe is retirinng effective Friday, Dec. 21.
oupe joined the state police in 1985. He has served in a variety of posts, including troop commander, internal affairs investigator, homicide detective and training officer.
He was appointed superintendent in July 2009 by Gov. Jack Markell.